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Microgaming Quickfire Signs New Developer Kiron Interactive

By: Russell Potvin , Mon. Nov. 16, 2015

Kiron Interactive is the latest developer to be signed up as a partner with Microgaming's Quickfire

Kiron Interactive is the latest developer to be signed up as a partner with Microgaming's Quickfire. Quickfire houses over 20 development partners with over 380 casino brands residing on the open platform.

Kiron Interactive was created in 2001 and started out as a virtual horse-race betting specialist. The company has expanded and they now offer a variety of bespoke virtual sports betting and gaming products for online, mobile and land based casinos.

Kiron recently launched their remote game server BetMan Online thanks to a new agreement with Microgaming's Quickfire and this is being advertised as the home of virtual sports. It will be made available to all operators residing on the Quickfire Platform and will feature sports such as football, horse racing, boxing, and motor racing when it goes live in early 2016. Other sporting events will follow.

In a statement Steven Spartinos, Co-CEO of Kiron Interactive said, "We're delighted to be working with Quickfire, powered by Microgaming to make our newly launched BetMan Online RGS available on their platform. The deal will see an exciting line-up of virtual racing and sports games being made available to their broad client base on a plug-and-play basis. We're confident that the appeal of our games to both sports bettors and casino players will provide significant additional value to operators who sign up to the service."

Tom Chamberlain, Head of Quickfire at Microgaming said, "Kiron Interactive is the latest development partner for Quickfire bringing unique content to the platform. With the virtual sports gaming market on the rise, Kiron Interactive is a strategic signing, enabling our operators to captialize on this emerging and growing trend. Their cutting edge games will no doubt be very popular with our customers and their players alike."