Full games portfolio now available via the R.Franco Digital platform

Specialist virtual games provider Kiron Interactive are the first to enter the regulated Spanish online market with leading Spanish operator Wanabet.

Kiron’s BetMan RGS platform, which provides a rapid play betting experience across multiple virtual sports events, will equip the sportsbook with a wide variety of new content, ranging from football to horses and greyhounds, as well as racing roulette and other numbers games.

Powered by R. Franco Digital, Wanabet is now a major brand in the Spanish market, providing players with a simple, safe and intuitive online destination where they can place bets on a wide range of sports, in addition to top quality casino entertainment.

Kiron debut in Spain builds on a period of strong commercial growth for the company as it has further developed its European footprint offering the highest quality virtual betting content designed for maximum flexibility and financial performance.

Steven Spartinos, co-CEO of Kiron Interactive, said: “This landmark deal with Wanabet is a fantastic development for Kiron, allowing us to cement our presence in Europe and unlock a world of new opportunities in the Spanish market.

“The partnership is a testament to the quality of our BetMan Online portfolio, which has a proven track record of delivering new levels of player engagement and game enhancements through a quickfire, diverse betting experience.”

Wanabet Head of Brand, Cecilio Santiago Alcalde, added: “Kiron’s comprehensive fixed-odds betting on a vast array of virtual sports complements our core online offering perfectly, providing our customers with a unique selection of popular gaming options. We are delighted that our partnership with Kiron has allow Wanabet to be the first operator offering this gaming vertical in Spain.

“We’re impressed with the BetMan platform’s level of customisation, as well as its innovative player interface, and are looking forward to seamlessly integrating an even greater range of games as they become available.”