Award-winning supplier launches instant-win football game
Award-winning specialist software developer and supplier to the global gaming industry, Kiron Interactive has released its highly anticipated instant-win football game, iGOAL.
Kiron has gained global recognition for producing adeptly refined games which mimic a variety of the world’s most popular sports and is once again setting new industry standards with the release of its second instant-win game following the successful launch of golf title, Up ‘N Down.
Set to redefine virtual sports, iGOAL delivers an exciting new instant football betting experience. Created with cutting-edge 3D animation, market-leading betting algorithms and with online play in mind, matches are available on-demand, 24/7 and offer players the chance to bet on single or multiple games, with winnings instantly viewable.
The User Interface (UI) is intuitive and aligns perfectly with the variety of bet market selections, including quick bet options, all designed to fit the immersive nature of the gameplay, which includes exhilarating live commentary as players watch the action unfold.
Operators will find the game easy to offer, with a quick and convenient setup that works across all major browsers, also supporting a wide selection of languages and currencies.
Jason Pretorius, co-CEO of Kiron said: “iGOAL is an innovative game that we’re excited to launch with our partners globally. It takes inspiration from many of our proven, high-performing products with its realism, engagement and flexibility for both players and operators and takes virtual betting to the next level.
“We’re incredibly fortunate to have the talented team that we do at Kiron to develop products like this and we’re eager to see players begin to enjoy the contemporary, instant win experience that iGOAL provides.”
Kiron’s latest launch complements its recent marked commercial growth in an array of key regulated markets including, Spain, South Africa, Sweden and Colombia. The company now supplies 51 games, and game variants, in more than 60 countries.