Digitain enhances virtuals offering with Kiron deal

Sportsbook and casino platform provider Digitain has strengthened its virtual sports offering after securing a new agreement with Kiron Interactive.

Under the agreement, Kiron will supply its latest virtual football offering, Goal, as well as its virtual racing products and numbers games.

Commenting on the deal,Digitain CCO Suren Khachatryan said: “We are delighted to partner with a market-leading virtuals supplier as prestigious as Kiron, particularly at a time when demand for high-quality virtuals content is increasing daily among operators and their players.

“This latest agreement sees our offering continue to go from strength-to-strength as we arm clients with a wide and varied range of revenue streams to keep the action going.”

Digitain will make the portfolio available to its network of partners, as well as offering its suite of in-house skill games, a range of esports options and its latest table football betting roster.

Its product suite will also provide its operator network with AI-driven CRM personalisation tools that can be integrated via the company’s modular and flexible APIs.

Steven Spartinos, Co-CEO at Kiron, added: “We are thrilled to go live with Digitain, a company whose platform is well-known for operational efficiency and high-tech innovation.

“As customer appetite for virtual products continues to grow, Kiron stands ready to deliver a wealth of premium virtual gaming content for the provider’s partners around the globe.”

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