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Internet casino software groups Kiron Interactive and SoftGamings have signed a content supply deal this week that will see the latter offering the former's games on their gaming platform as a result.
The agreement will see Softgamings casino partners getting access to all of Kiron's online virtual sports game titles. Kiron has developed racing games, soccer, cycling, badminton, ping pong, and archery games, which offer a different look and feel from most standard betting games. The games have been integrated, but no timetable for integration into casino partners was available as of press time.
Commenting on the deal Kiron CEO Steven Spartinos said, "We're thrilled to partner with SoftGamings and pleased that our virtual sports will now be available in their casino environments. We look forward to working with them and are confident that our virtual games will be well received by a whole range of players."
Softgamings Head of Partnerships Svetlana Gasel added: "Kiron Interactive is a great acquisition for SoftGamings, since virtual sports is one of the latest industry trends, which attracts millions of players. SoftGamings works hard to offer trendy and high-quality gaming software to our existing and future clients, so we hope they are going to enjoy Kiron's breath-taking games."