Platform provider Pronet Gaming has announced a new agreement with virtual sports provider Kiron Interactive as it continues to add to its catalogue.
Under the terms of the deal, Pronet Gaming will see Kiron’s full portfolio of titles, including virtual football and horse racing, as well as a number of further games, added to its operator portfolio.
Steven Spartinos, co-CEO of Kiron, stated: “This partnership with Pronet Gaming enables us to access new brands in strategic markets and widen distribution of our leading virtual content as we focus on accelerating growth of our client base.
“We’re looking forward to integrating with Pronet Gaming’s cutting-edge platform and providing its customers with access to a variety of popular virtual games, ranging from football and horse racing to greyhound and number games.”
This latest deal follows an announcement at the start of the month that Pronet Gaming, the online gambling and service provider, was to integrate Golden Race’s full portfolio of online and retail virtual sport content to its platform.
Golden Race’s range of virtual titles, which include football and horse racing, claim to feature “the industry’s most authentic simulations,” and are supported by a range of betting markets.
Bobby Longhurst, Pronet Gaming CCO, commented on the deal: “We have set ourselves quite the challenge in 2020 and agreeing this deal with Kiron Interactive puts us one step closer to achieving those goals.
“Whether it’s virtual football or horse racing, or its wealth of number games, Kiron’s portfolio is the biggest and most varied in the industry and the quality is clear for everybody to see.”