Kiron Interactive extends virtual portfolio with BGT agreement

Steve Spartinos
Steve Spartinos

Virtual games supplier Kiron Interactive has agreed to supply its product portfolio to Best Gaming Technology.

The agreement will see the provider’s games made available on over 8,000 self-service betting terminals in regulated markets including Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, Italy, Holland, and Spain.

Among the products to make their debut in the roll-out are Kiron’s virtual racing games and the Fantastic League football game, developed in partnership with VSoftCo.

Steven Spartinos, co-CEO of Kiron, said: “I’m delighted that BGT have chosen to offer our games to their retail customers. It’s a great endorsement of our ability to tailor products to a range of operators and markets.

“It also reflects the growing popularity of virtual games around the world. They are the perfect cross-over product between sportsbook and casino.”

William Weir, Corporate Development Director at BGT, said: “We’re very pleased to have agreed a deal with Kiron. We’re very confident their games will enhance our offering to existing and future clients and their customers.

“The adoption rates of our SSBTs in recently-regulated markets are very satisfying and virtual games are proving to be an excellent product for newcomers and old hands alike.”
Kiron recently unveiled a host of upgrades to their existing racing products and added two new games, namely Indy-style motor racing and steeple chase, giving them the largest portfolio of virtual sports on one platform.

 

 

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