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Kiron Powers first virtual golf game in partnership with SSE

UpNdown Virtual golf, the “first of its kind instant-win golf game”, will be made available to operators in January through Kiron’s BetMan Online RGS – largest suite of virtual sports games in the market.

For its latest release, the virtual games provider has partnered with SingleShot Entertainment (SSE), a company known for collecting and analysing data around professional golf and cue sport events.

The game combines high-quality graphics with simple in-play betting options, marking it out as a product to engage and entertain players ‘on the go’.

Steven Spartinos, CEO of Kiron Interactive, said: “Our partnership with SingleShot Entertainment allows us to once again expand our portfolio of titles and reach more players than ever before.

“Golf is one of the most participated and bet on sports in the world and we are sure UpNdown Virtual Golf will appeal, thanks to its lifelike graphics and simple and fun betting options.”

Jason Lahser, Founder of SingleShot Entertainment, added: “UpNdown Virtual Golf is our first venture into virtual sports and we are confident our partnership with Kiron will help make it a successful one.

“They have delivered time and time again and have an impressive pedigree in creating unique and engaging virtual content. We look forward to a long and beneficial partnership with them.”

UpNdown Virtual golf is the first virtual product for SSE, who expect to add ‘Neil Robertson 7BallRun’ – a game inspired by one of its board of directors, in the early part of 2019.

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