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Virtual sports game provider Kiron Interactive has announced that they've signed a content supply deal with Asian gaming site Dafabet, and will provide their games as a result.
The deal will see Kiron providing Dafabet with its virtual sports products such as horse racing, dog racing, and motor racing, with the games being specifically offered in the African market, where Dafabet recently launched their operations. Kiron has been expanding throughout the globe recently, as they've recently hooked on in Argentina.
Speaking about the deal Kiron Interactive CEO Steven Spartinos said, "We are always looking to establish strong partnerships in new and exciting regulated territories and that's exactly what we have achieved with Dafabet."
"Continuing our growth into the African continent with an established brand such as Dafabet offers an exciting prospect and one which we are sure will yield great result especially in the rapidly developing online and mobile betting space in Africa."
Dafabet Director of Regional Operations Louis Watts also commented, noting: "We're delighted to be working with Kiron and are sure their quality titles will help us stand out in Kenya as we enter the African market for the first time."
"Offering something that's both fresh and of the highest quality when entering a new market for the first time is essential and we are sure Kiron's superb titles will do exactly that."