Digital sportsbook and casino platform provider Digitain has expanded its virtuals portfolio with the recent addition of Kiron Interactive’s virtual games catalog.
Under the terms of a recently signed partnership between the two companies, Digitain is set to boost its existing package of alternative betting markets.
The deal includes Kiron’s market leading virtual racing products as well as its newest virtual football offering, GOAL, and the company’s number games. These will all soon become available on Digitain’s platform.
The integration of Kiron content will gain access to more than 70 global gambling operators that are being serviced by Digitain.
Digitain’s recently penned partnership with Kiron comes as part of the company’s plans to continue to “unleash an ever-growing lineup to keep betting events going throughout the day.”
Digitain offers to its global network of clients a sportsbook and casino platform as well as turnkey and white-label solutions. The company focuses primarily on regulated European markets but also plans to expand its footprint across Asia and the Americas.
Established in 2001, Kiron has been among the leaders in the provision of virtual gaming content to the global gaming industry. Its virtual gaming products have over the years been deployed across a number of channels, including the Internet, mobile, and satellite broadcast.
Partnership amid Growing Demand for Virtuals
Commenting on their partnership with Kiron, Digitain CCO, Suren Khachatryan said that they are delighted to team up with a “market-leading virtuals supplier” and this has happened “at a time when demand for high-quality virtuals content is increasing daily among operators and their players.”
The Digitain official went on that their latest agreement sees the offering they provide their clients with “go from strength-to-strength” as they arm these same clients “with a wide and varied range of revenue streams to keep the action going.”
Kiron co-CEO Steven Spartinos said that they are thrilled to go live with Digitain and praised its partner’s platform for its “operational efficiency and high-tech innovation.”
Mr. Spartinos added that as appetite for virtuals has seen stable growth in recent weeks, “Kiron stands ready to deliver a wealth of premium virtual gaming content for [Digitain’s] partners around the globe.”
Kiron’s virtuals products are set to be added to Digitain’s in-house skill games, eSports products, and the company’s newly added table football betting roster.
News about the deal between Kiron and Digitain emerge just days after the former company announced that it has expanded its existing partnership with sports betting platform provider SBTech.
Kiron said that as part of the expanded partnership it has integrated its BetMan platform with SBTech to re-energize their relationship. The move has seen Kiron add an extensive variety of virtual sports events as well as its football content, including its GOAL product.