heir agreement sees the full suite of online games being made available to EveryMatrix customers across Europe and Asia.
It will initially feature a mix of 10 virtual sports products, including VSoftco’s new virtual football league game and Kiron’s new 3-pointer shootout basketball game, with additional games being added to the portfolio shortly.
The companies first teamed up two years ago, with an initial roll-out of Kiron’s virtual racing and VSoftCo’s virtual football game, on EveryMatrix’s OddsMatrix platform.
Steven Spartinos, co-CEO of Kiron, said he was delighted to now offer a more extensive product portfolio to reflect a growing interest in virtual games from gaming operators around the world.
He added: “We’re very pleased to have extended our deal with EveryMatrix, whose excellent platform has helped us reach new audiences in new territories.
“We have already experienced great success with them and I’m confident the players of their operating partners will enjoy the greater variety we can now provide.”
Simon Westbury, sales director of VSoftCo, said: “We are delighted to further our existing relationship with EveryMatrix, in partnership with Kiron.
“We are introducing some exciting new game content which we are confident will be well received by EveryMatrix’s extensive international client base.”
Ebbe Groes, chief executive of EveryMatrix, said: “Kiron and VSoftco’s virtual games are very popular with players across the globe and we’re very pleased to now be able to offer more of them.
“I’m very hopeful this deal will be beneficial for the three of us and the growing list of casino and sportsbook operators that we supply around the world.”