entral to this is their expanding content portfolio. As well, as an upgraded suite of horse-racing, dog and football products, they now include harness racing, Keno, and a single seater-style motor-racing game.
Kiron will also be showcasing new digitized horse and dog tracks, following the success of a number of implementations with existing clients.
Their proprietary bet management system, BetMan, was one of the success stories of 2014. An upgraded version will be demonstrated at their stand at ExCeL (Number S1-132), for land-based operators, alongside a brand new online version, BetMan Online.
Land-based companies, such as betting shops and casinos, can also benefit from an introduction to new hardware solutions, including new NUC devices designed to replace bulkier PCs, and Kiron’s new Vision
Screen solution, which enhances the in-venue experience.
The company’s RaceKings product, powered by multi-station betting terminals, has brought the thrill of horse racing to the casino floor to attract a new generation of customers.
A second version is currently being launched in the Caribbean, this time with a newly-designed, improved and more user-friendly, betting interface.
In December 2013, they were the first virtual products supplier to be granted a license to go live in Italy.
The firm is now pursuing opportunities further afield in other regulated markets, and have ambitious plans for expansion on all four continents in 2015 – including South America.