Kiron Interactive, a leading provider of Virtual Sports and numbers games, is gearing up to unveil an exciting lineup of new products at ICE London 2024, most notably its highly anticipated flagship football product, GOAL Premier.
As the crown jewel of Kiron’s portfolio scheduled for release in 2024, GOAL Premier, with its class-leading graphics and innovative betting options, will make its debut at the industry’s largest event in London next month, offering visitors an exclusive preview.
Poised to establish an unprecedented industry benchmark, GOAL Premier proudly showcases a significant achievement, utilising the largest-ever recorded volume of motion-capture data, brought to life by a talented cast of professional footballers, filmed in one of the movie industry’s most prolific and acclaimed international visual-effects studio.
Delivering unmatched game visuals, incorporating cutting-edge photo-realistic player movement, flawless animation, and next-gen CGI, GOAL Premier promises to add a layer of unparalleled realism that transcends what players will have experienced before.
GOAL Premier features action-packed games taking place every two minutes,, with major favourite international teams at play, and introduces innovative bet markets including first player to score, yellow card predictions, penalties in the match, and more.
These player-favourite matchups feature cinematic instant replays, shot with state-of-the-art motion capture technology, immersive sound design, and action-packed commentary narrated by a professional football commentator, well-positioned to appeal to the estimated 5 billion plus football fans worldwide.
Additionally, Kiron’s Instant Win portfolio is also set for a significant boost, with three distinctive next-generation gaming experiences that are set to deliver fresh new gameplay to the genre with new themes and features that offer true diversity.
Penguin Plunge, Crab Roulette and Roach Roulette all enjoy a launch at ICE and bring a sense of fun, with exceptional visuals and character design that marry together with ease of play to raise the engagement bar for pick-up and-play betting entertainment.
All three are a hybrid of roulette, virtual racing and loot box reveal play styles, as players race to the finish line. The races are supplemented with bonus meters to be filled, providing fantastic winning potential from the additional bonus rounds available.
Rounding off a comprehensive and significant array of major new product reveals, Kiron’s entry into the hugely popular Crash game sector will be heralded with an exclusive first glimpse of Rodeo and Arm Wrestling.
These hybrid sports titles, which feature side bets for additional engagement, are the first of their kind in the industry. Developed in collaboration with partner Curious Games, they bring never-before-seen themes to a key industry genre and maintain Kiron’s consistent pushing of boundaries to deliver innovative and dynamic releases.
Kiron will be exhibiting from stand S2-110 at ICE and invite all attendees to discover its incredible range of new products, designed to make operator lobbies stand out and drive revenue.
Steven Spartinos, Kiron Co-CEO, said: “ICE has always been the industry’s showpiece event where, if you have something to shout about, then it is the place to do it. 2024 is set to be arguably Kiron’s most exciting in terms of the quality and quantity of new products. As a company, we’ve been hard at work for some time now, creating, innovating and breaking boundaries with an unprecedented number of new products that elevate the verticals we service.
“GOAL Premier is set to revolutionise the Virtual Sports betting landscape, positioning Kiron as the leading provider and serving as the ultimate addition to operators’ portfolio. Our new Instant Win and Crash games will provide players with unique gaming experiences they won’t have seen before and are sure to love. We invite all attendees to visit us at ICE to experience our new games, and we look forward to discussing how we can contribute to enhancing player acquisition, retention, and revenue for operators.”