he Johannesburg-based company’s rapidly expanding portfolio of games will this year include a minimum of five new games, including trotting, motor racing, cycling, table tennis and badminton, as well as new graphics on their greyhound racing product.
In a move which will see them offer more mainstream casino-style products, they will also be debuting a new Keno game which will be available for deployment in betting shops and casinos.
Much of the content will be available via their new Vision System that maximises in-shop screen retail estate by displaying multiple virtual events and the odds for forthcoming betting opportunities using a split-screen solution.
Based at stand S1-232, Kiron executives will be demonstrating the latest iteration of their popular bet management system, BetMan, on self-service betting terminals and via a mobile deployment on tablets.
The user-friendly system requires little training and allows operators and their employees to promote rapid play on virtual sports while not cannibalising revenues on real sports.
Steven Spartinos, co-CEO of Kiron, said he was delighted to be offering such a wide portfolio of content and solutions at the industry’s flagship show.
He added: “We’re very excited about unveiling so many new releases which we’re confident will interest a diverse range of operators focused on land-based, online, and mobile channels.
“We know our new content and our updated systems will be very appealing to both them and their customers who are both looking for fresh ideas in an increasingly competitive industry.”
Kiron will also be demonstrating their new Race Kings multi-station gaming solution, following a successful trial in casinos is Vietnam, ahead of an anticipated roll-out across a variety of jurisdictions.
The product, offering scheduled games, can be tailored and localised for gaming venues and allows operators to offer multiple virtual sports and numbers games simultaneously via a bank of screens.
Kiron’s updated Dashing Derby on-demand horse racing game, is also now available on betting shop terminals and allows customers to place fixed odds bets on unique virtual races on demand.
The game even includes a turbo function, allowing customers to speed races up in order to replicate slot machine style wagering.
Kiron recently became the first virtual sports supplier to go live in the newly-regulated online market in Italy, with Intralot Italia, in association with broadcast and distribution partner Vermantia.