Leading developer of virtual sports and skill games, Kiron Interactive, has been awarded a combined remote gambling license from the UK regulatory body, the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC).
The new license will allow Kiron to offer fixed-odds betting by remote, online communication for virtual games and sports. It will also be able to offer its unique Betman Online RGS system on a completely managed and hosted basis to operators in the UK, with it integrating smoothly and seamlessly with their player’s wallet systems.
The Betman and Betman Online RGS systems are bet management solutions developed by Kiron Interactive. They allow bet acceptance for online and mobile devices, as well as in various retail venues. Designed with an intuitive interface, the systems are easy to operate and customer friendly.
“We’re always looking to stay a step ahead and we hope this provides potential customers with another positive reason to choose Kiron as their supplier,” announced Steven Spartinos, co-chief executive of Kiron.
“Having worked closely with the gambling commission throughout the application process, the license represents a big step forward for everybody involved with Kiron Interactive.”
Kiron Interactive is a leader in the virtual games industry as one of the first companies to supply these products. Since their launch in 2001, the company has been specialising in the development of remote communication virtual racing betting and skills games and they currently have a portfolio of fifteen virtual games which include football, horse racing, greyhound racing, motor racing and basketball.
The new license has been awarded just two weeks after Kiron announced they had signed an agreement at EiG Berlin 2016 with European sports betting platform provider, Digitain, to distribute its virtual game content.