BetConstruct Adds Kiron Virtual Sports Games

Internet gaming platform BetConstruct has announced that they're going to be offering Kiron virtual sports products on their platform, providing operators with a new product.

The agreement will see Kiron's games, such as virtual horse racing, dog racing, hockey, badminton, speed skating, archery, and more being offered to the operators. BetConstruct provides a slew of different game verticals such as slots, table games, and more. The company has licenses in Malta, UK, and France, and will expand Kiron's reach throughout Europe. No timetable for the release of the games has been made available, but they should be offered soon.

Commenting on the deal BetConstruct's Armenuhi Khachatryan said, "Kiron is renowned for offering the most realistic virtual sports content around, so we're delighted to supply these diverse betting options to clients as a complementary product to our sportsbook and casino platform. This multi-channel partnership gives us another string to our bow across online and retail, providing our operator partners with truly immersive content as they look to acquire and retain customers in an increasingly competitive space."

Kiron Interactive CEO Steven Spartinos added: "It's very satisfying for our games to have been recruited by such an established name as BetConstruct, whose Central Asian credentials will combine to broaden our global reach. Their innovative approach can help us connect with fresh audiences in different territories. Our RGS provides a wide range of sports such as football, basketball and numerous forms of racing , all of which we hope will be in demand across a raft of new markets."

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14 November 2018 - 1:34pm
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Generally the virtual sports betting gaining more and more popularity which means the market grows I think so a deals like these makes a lot of sense for the companies involved and it would probably be a beneficial in a long term.