Kiron Interactive Launches With 138.com

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Virtual betting game developer Kiron Interactive has announced that they've agreed to supply their full range of games to betting site 138.com.

138.com is a betting site that specializes in sportsbetting and casino games, and holds a license through both the UK and Isle of Man. The company is primarily focused on the Asian betting market, even though it also operates throughout Europe. The agreement will see Krion's full virtual product line, which includes football, hockey, basketball, and more.

Commenting on the agreement Kiron CEO Steven Spartinos said, "138.com boasts a wealth of experience in Asia and that's sure to prove important now they are live with their new platform in the UK and other markets. We are delighted to be working with them.

"Our RGS offers a wide range of sports such as football, various forms of racing and even winter sports, all of which are sure to prove popular with players across a wide range of markets."

138.com's Darren Howland added: "Kiron not only offers some of the most realistic virtual sports content on the market, but also a considerable number of betting options to sit alongside its offerings.

"138.com is excited about the addition of Kiron's Virtual content to our platform and we believe that the variety and realism that it brings, will appeal greatly to our players."

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27 September 2018 - 6:55pm
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To be honest never heard of 138.com before but for sure many of these operators are more and more interested in the Virtual Sports Games because of the market demand and I guess a developers like Kiron are pretty happy about it.
Looks to be a sector of the market that would continue to grow in future too.