Kiron Interactive Joins Forces with New Operator SuperSportBet in South Africa

One of the biggest providers of virtual sports ad number games, Kiron Interactive, has joined forces with SuperSportBet to strengthen its position in the South African market. 

South African expansion:

Thanks to this partnership, a range of players in this rapidly growing market will get an opportunity to explore a vast portfolio of Kiron Interactive’s unique virtual sports titles. Among the sports included in the offering are football, horse racing, motor racing, and jump racing.

SuperSportBet is a new operator in South Africa, but it has already captured the hearts of the fans. The company currently offers various services, including televised sports content, and it is present in several markets across the African continent. 

On top of that, the company recently launched its sportsbook which became very popular among the customers. Its position on the market will be further improved by adding Kiron’s unique products to its offering.

SuperSportBet’s fans in South Africa now have a chance to place their bets on live sports events 24 hours a day. Thanks to Kiron’s impressive portfolio, a range of virtual sports and a number games await the South African players.

Kiron offers advanced virtual sports. All of them are created to resemble the real sports tournaments available on betting markets all over the world. The players can place more than one bet, and advanced features such as the ones that allow in-play betting are available.

The schedule of the events is tightly packed, and it is one of the main assets of the company’s products since the players can enjoy this impressive offering anytime during the day, with new events coming every two minutes.

A range of virtual matchups are coming constantly, so the players are able to enjoy the excitement and thrill of real sports games and can win fantastic rewards multiple times a day.

Industry leader:

Kiron Interactive was founded in South Africa, so this partnership is even more significant since both partners are bringing world-class sports betting experience to their country. Kiron has been present on the market since 2001, and it rapidly grew over the years.

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The company’s portfolio now consists of 51 thrilling games, which makes it one of the biggest in the whole virtual sports industry. At the moment, the company is present on five continents and has more than 140 clients worldwide. In 2021, the company was awarded EGR B2B Top Virtual Sports Supplier, and it has a range of other awards in its collection.

Both parties are satisfied with the partnership:

Steven Spartinos, Kiron Co-CEO, said: “We are thrilled to partner with SuperSportBet to bring our cutting-edge virtual sports to its new sportsbook offering in South Africa. As a household name in African sports broadcasting, SuperSport brings unrivaled authenticity that will give players full confidence in the realism of our games.

“This deal is a tremendous vote of trust in our products from such a leader in African sports media. We look forward to SuperSportBet’s customers enjoying the 24/7 excitement of our virtual events, and continuing to strengthen Kiron’s leadership in our home market of South Africa into the future.”

Marco Coetzee, Interim General Manage lodi291 r at SuperSportBet, said: “We are excited to enrich our sportsbook with Kiron’s hugely popular Virtual Sports games. Its content’s realism will allow our customers to enjoy betting on virtual fixtures modeled after real sports contests at any time. The array of matches available offers exactly what players are looking for to complement their enjoyment of traditional live betting.

“To align with the values of our leading brand, authenticity is key for our new betting product. Kiron’s cutting-edge virtual sports will wow our customers with their attention to detail and quality. This partnership fits perfectly with our goal of bringing an authoritative and trusted sports betting experience to markets across Africa.”