Kiron Interactive secures Combined Remote Operating Licence

Spartinos, KironKiron Interactive, a supplier of virtual games and gaming systems for the gaming industry, has been awarded a Combined Remote Operating Licence by the UK Gambling Commission.

The licence means that Kiron, who were shortlisted for this year’s 2016 EGR Award, can provide a fixed odds betting service by remote communication (online) on virtual sports and games.

It also allows the supplier to offer its innovative BetMan Online RGS system on a fully managed and hosted basis to UK operators, which integrates seamlessly with their player wallet systems.

Designed to be intuitive and user friendly, BetMan and BetMan Online are proprietary bet management solutions for the acceptance of bets in retail venues, online and on mobile.

Steven Spartinos, Co-CEO of Kiron, said: “We’re always looking to stay a step ahead, and we hope this provides potential customers with another positive reason to choose us as their supplier. Having worked closely with the Gambling Commission throughout the application process, the licence represents a big step forward for everybody involved with Kiron Interactive.”

This news comes just two weeks after the company signed an agreement at EiG Berlin 2016 to distribute its virtual games with European sports betting platform provider Digitain.

Established in 2001, Kiron Interactive now has 15 virtual games in its portfolio, including horse racing, greyhound racing, football, motor racing and basketball.

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