Bede Gaming Partners With Kiron Interactive

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Gaming firms Bede Gaming and Kiron Interactive announced that they've come to an agreement, which will will see Kiron's virtual sports products offered on the Bede platform.

The agreement will see all 20 of Kiron's virtual sports games being ported to Bede's PLAY platform, which will, in turn, be offered to different casino operators. Some of the games included in the deal are greyhound racing, soccer, horse racing, and auto racing.

Speaking about the deal Bede Gaming CEO Michael Brady said, "Virtual sports have become an increasingly important gaming vertical in recent years and sits well between casino and sports betting. "We're always looking to build on our products with high end games, so it was important to extend Bede PLAY's virtuals offering, and with Kiron's portfolio among the strongest of its type in the industry, adding Kiron made sense. "Our operator partners will have access to world-class virtual sports games, which will significantly improve retention, cross-sell and engagement."

Kiron CEO Steven Spartinos added: "Many innovative operators have partnered with, and benefited from, Bede over the past few years, so we are excited to bring our games to new audiences, where we know they will perform strongly."

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12 January 2018 - 9:03pm
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Never been too tempted in virtual sports games but of course there's a room for every form of gambling more so becoming more and more popular recently so the deal should suit fine these both companies I think.