Greek games developer Vermantia is expanding its virtual sports offering through an agreement with Leap Gaming.

The deal will allow Vermantia to offer Leap Gaming games such as Virtual Tennis and Virtual Speedway to its customers across retail, online and mobile channels.

Leap's content will be integrated with the proprietary Vermantia Connect gaming platform, allowing operators to pick and choose their titles.

"We are excited to partner up with Vermantia, enabling us to reach a larger and diversified customer base," Leap chief commercial officer Dan Fischer said. "Our virtual games, being already successful among premium online operators, are now accessible also to the retail networks of large operators being powered by Vermantia’s solutions."

Vermantia chief product officer Yiannis Gangas said the Leap deal would allow his company to offer the widest selection of premium virtual sports games in the industry.

"Though this agreement, Leap games will become instantly available to all our existing and new customers through a seamless integration to our Connect platform," he said.