Kiron Interactive agrees deal with Mediatech

Virtual games provider Kiron Interactive has agreed a deal with Mediatech to launch its virtual sports products via the company’s platform IRIS.

The arrangement will see Kiron’s gaming portfolio rolled out to sports betting and casino clients of Mediatech. Kiron will use its recently launched Betman Online RGS solution to offer these clients its full virtual suite of games.

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Daniel Graetzer, Mediatech Executive Director

Daniel Graetzer, Mediatech Solutions’ Executive Director, said of the news: “Kiron’s games are proven performers around the world and I’m confident they will complement our existing offering that includes the world’s best game and payment providers.”

Mediatech is an international gaming solutions provider and accounts for over 20% of its native Spanish market.

Steven Spartinos, co-CEO of Kiron, said: “We are very pleased to have signed the deal with Mediatech and excited about the opportunities the collaboration presents to both of us.

He continued: “They have a number of customers in Europe and Asia who would benefit from the additional revenue streams our games provide, particularly sports betting operators.”

Last month Kiron upgraded and expanded their portfolio with the launch of two new racing games, Indy style motor racing and Steeple Chase.

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