Virtual games developer Kiron Interactive has extended its operations in Africa after agreeing a deal with online betting and gaming provider Dafabet.
The specialist virtuals provider will make a number of its racing titles, including horse racing, dog racing, and motor racing available to Dafabet for both its online and retail operations in Africa. The operator has recently taken its first steps into the African market, launching in Kenya (see previous reports).
The deal comes just weeks after Kiron expanded into South America with IVISA, an Argentina-licensed lottery and gaming solutions supplier with both retail and online channels.
Steven Spartinos, CEO of Kiron Interactive, said: “We are always looking to establish strong partnerships in new and exciting regulated territories and that’s exactly what we have achieved with Dafabet.
“Continuing our growth into the African continent with an established brand such as Dafabet offers an exciting prospect and one which we are sure will yield great result especially in the rapidly developing online and mobile betting space in Africa.”