Kiron Interactive secures Argentina expansion with Ivisa

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London, March 21st 2017— Kiron Interactive has extended its operations in South America after agreeing a six-year deal with Impresora Internacional de Valores S.A. (IVISA).

Kiron Interactive secures Argentina expansion with IvisaThe specialist virtuals provider will offer it’s fully customisable BetMan Online RGS to IVISA, an Argentina-licensed lottery and gaming solutions supplier.

Kiron’s portfolio, which is the most varied in the industry, features horse racing, greyhound racing and motor racing, and will be added to the 500 terminals already syndicated at retail and online outlets located in more than 135 lottery parlors.

Steven Spartinos, CEO of Kiron Interactive, said: “We are delighted to have agreed a deal with IVISA and look forward to working with them as we push towards a common goal in South America.

“It’s a market that loves racing and we are sure our racing titles, as well as our full range of sports and numbers games, will be greatly received by both their retail, casino and online players.”

Dario Rosenzvit, CEO or IVISA, added: “With a range of online and retail channels, it is important to offer our players a varied proposition and adding Kiron to our portfolio helps us to achieve this.

“Their range of different virtual sports and additional titles are best in class when it comes to both graphics and sounds and we are sure they will prove popular.”


Kiron Interactive, established in 2001, is a leading supplier of virtual games and gaming systems to the global gaming industry. Kiron’s virtual gaming products have been successfully deployed across a number of distribution platforms including the internet, mobile, satellite broadcast, And WAN/LAN networked environments and gaming machines. Using the latest animation and proven gaming systems, Kiron’s solutions have grown to be the leaders in their field.


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