Virtual sports specialist Kiron Interactive has expanded its content portfolio with new iterations of its existing racing games and the roll-out of two new titles.

Among the new releases is a third iteration of the supplier’s greyhound racing game complete with two new digitised stadiums, and a new dirt track for its thoroughbred horse racing game.

It has also released two new products, with a jumps racing game developed specifically for the UK online and retail markets, and a single-seater motor racing game that will be launched for a number of markets.

The games are available via Betman Online, Kiron’s proprietary remote games server, which features a dedicated virtual sports channel. Betman Online has already launched in Belgium, with Belgium123 the first to go live.

This dedicated channel allows Kiron to maintain a stream of events, meaning players have to wait no more than one minute for an event to bet on.

“Our aim is to provide our customers with the best virtual content on the market that is tailored to meet the needs of their players,” Kiron co-chief executive Steven Spartinos commented.

“These upgrades and the new games are the perfect accompaniment to our existing portfolio and are easily-accessed through our remote game server, which is now the home of virtual sports online.

“In an increasingly competitive industry it has never been more important to offer the right games to the right players via the right platform,” he explained.