Virtual sports software supplier Kiron Interactive has signed a six-year supply deal with Argentina-licensed lottery and gaming solutions provider Impresora Internacional de Valores SA (IVISA).

The agreement sees Kiron expand its presence in the region, with games to be rolled out in more than 500 IVISA online and retail terminals in more than 135 lottery parlours across Argentina.

The supplier will provide its fully-customisable BetMan Online Remote Gaming Server (RGS) to IVISA to facilitate the launch of its content.

"We are delighted to have agreed a deal with IVISA and look forward to working with them as we push towards a common goal in South America," Kiron Interactive chief executive Steven Spartinos said.

"It's a market that loves racing and we are sure our racing titles, as well as our full range of sports and numbers games, will be greatly received by both their retail, casino and online players."

IVISA CEO Dario Rosenzvit said that his company's online and retail activities meant it was important to offer a broad range of products to customers, with the Kiron partnership helping to achieve this.

"Their range of different virtual sports and additional titles are best in class when it comes to both graphics and sounds and we are sure they will prove popular," he explained.

Last week IVISA also signed a multi-year deal with Kiron rival VSoftCo for the supplier's complete portfolio of virtual football games.

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