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Betting platform group Digitain has announced that they've struck a content deal with Kiron Interactive and will work to build in the latter's virtual sports products to their platform moving forward.
The deal will see up to 70 of Digitain's operator partners able to add Kiron's games. Kiron has virtual auto racing, horse racing, greyhound racing, hockey, golf, football, badminton, and even archery. The company has also recently announced a new football game, 'Goal', which will provide commentary and high-end visuals.
Commenting on the deal Digitain's Suren Khachatryan said, "We are delighted to partner with a market-leading virtuals supplier as prestigious as Kiron, particularly at a time when demand for high-quality virtuals content is increasing daily among operators and their players.
"This latest agreement sees our offering continue to go from strength to strength as we arm clients with a wide and varied range of revenue streams to keep the action going."
Kiron's Co-CEO Steven Spartinos added: "We are thrilled to go live with Digitain, a company whose platform is well-known for operational efficiency and high-tech innovation.
"As customer appetite for virtual products continues to grow, Kiron stands ready to deliver a wealth of premium virtual gaming content for the provider's partners around the globe."
The games should be available for play in the near future, although we didn't have a timetable for integration as of press time.