Online gaming software provider EveryMatrix has upgraded its OddsMatrix sportsbook with a number of new virtual sports products from Kiron Interactive and VSports Games.
Kiron Interactive will provide EveryMatrix with its virtual horse racing and greyhound racing products, while VSports Games will provide the software provider with its virtual football game.
“The partnership with Kiron Interactive and VSports Games is of high importance to EveryMatrix, several OddsMatrix clients have already signed up for this highly exciting addition to the sports book,” said EveryMatrix CEO Ebbe Groes. “It’s our priority to constantly add to our offering and provide our operators with complete solutions that will add to their players’ gaming experience, instead of providing a singular standard offer.
“Moreover, adding the Kiron and VSports Virtual Sports games fits well with our ambitions of now also targeting land-based betting shops where Virtual Sports are proven revenue generators.”
The virtual sports offering from Kiron Interactive and VSports Games feature animated video streaming of virtual events, a high frequency between the events and fast pay-outs.
The integration will allow EveryMatrix to offer a comprehensive suite of virtual games to all OddsMatrix clients.
Kiron and VSports Games video streams will also be available to EveryMatrix Mobile360 clients, which is compatible with all major mobile devices including iPhone, iPad, Android phones and tablets.
“As a leading solutions provider in the online sports betting industry and at the forefront of emerging technologies both online and on mobile, EveryMatrix is sure to add significant value to its clients with the incorporation of virtual sports on a cross platform basis,” said Steven Spartinos co-CEO of Kiron Interactive. “We eagerly look forward to partnering with EveryMatrix on this exciting new project.
“We are confident that by introducing our next generation virtual sports products to OddsMatrix clients, they will both add significant entertainment value to their players, as well as contribute in a meaningful way to their bottom line.”