Pariplay in Kiron Deal to Add Virtual Games to Its Fusion Platform

Pariplay, the iGaming provider and subsidiary of NeoGames, has announced its partnership with games provider Kiron in a deal that sees the developer add its content to the Pariplay aggregator.

The deal will see Kiron, which specializes in virtual sports games, including its World Cup football offering, add its complete games portfolio to the Pariplay Fusion platform.

Kiron’s games portfolio consists of over 50 premium virtual game titles. The amount of virtual games available to players from Kiron makes it one of the largest this type to be offered in the gaming industry.

The Fusion platform from Pariplay consists of a total of more than 14,000 titles from over 80 developers. The addition of the virtual content from Kiron adds to the variety of games on the Fusion platform ranging from a sportsbook, casino games, instant games, fantasy sports, poker, and bingo.

We aim to introduce our virtual games to as wide an audience as possible, and together with Pariplay®, we can maximize our reach. Their presence in key regulated markets will be crucial for us as we continue to grow, and we are excited to offer our innovative and premium products to their extensive operator network.

Steven SpartinosCo-CEO of Kiron

Pariplay made great strides last year to increase the number of partnerships on its Fusion platform it is involved in and therefore increase the customer base of players who are able to enjoy its premium content.

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Virtual content has significantly boomed in popularity over the last few years, and Kiron is a leading and well-established provider in the space. By adding their portfolio to our Fusion® platform, we will significantly enhance our proposition and provide players with a fantastic experience.

Callum HarrisDirector of Partnership at Pariplay

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