Evolution Strengthens Presence in Africa via Kiron Interactive Partnership

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February 7th, 2024
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Continuing to conquer the world with its sophisticated live dealer games, Evolution announces one more significant alignment, this time with Kiron Interactive. Thanks to the partnership with a global technology and software company, the studio will get a unique opportunity to distribute its top-quality products across Africa’s retail and online markets.

Focused on the African iGaming sector for quite some time, Kiron Interactive sees this partnership as a chance to additionally increase the level of trust from the local clientele. As far as agreed between the two parties, the suite of Evolution’s products will be distributed across the market for the first time via its Betman solution.

African Players Gain Access to Breath-Taking Content

With a strong presence in over 30 countries Africa-wide, Kiron Interactive will make it possible for Evolution to exhibit its ever-growing section of live deal games, game shows, RNG, and slot games to a large network of players.

A captivating collection of games delivered by all brands operating under this umbrella, encompassing Evolution, NetEnt, Red Tiger, Ezugi, Big Time Gaming, and Nolimit City brands will have maximum visibility and amazing exposure.

Dean Finder, CEO of Evolution Services SA, said on the agreement as follows:

“Evolution is delighted to partner with a well-known and respected brand like Kiron Interactive. We are thrilled at the prospect of Kiron Interactive taking our exciting retail games, especially our recently launched iconic Evolution game show Dream Catcher, to the African retail market. “

As mentioned earlier, integration will be completed via tier 1 platform, Betman, a top-performing solution crowded with numerous amazing options. Some of those include customizable bet limits, multiple denomination options, an extensive list of supported currencies, advanced verification options, and so on.

Worth noting is that the platform includes an all-encompassing solution for different market types, meaning retail, online, and mobile. On top of that, the omnichannel RGS has a Plug and Play system, which means consumers can bet on the same event across multiple channels with no need for manual installation.

Get Ready for Surpr-ICE!

Evolution is drawing lots of attention during the ICE London 2024 conference, as it has prepared not one, but a whole universe of surprises for its fans. Visitors have the opportunity to get an exclusive insight into 120+ new releases which are scheduled to go live during the current year.

To start with Evolution will showcase the Lightning Storm with a mega-money wheel equipped with DigiWheel patented technology. Another addition to the “Lightning” collection comes in the form of Lightning Dragon Tiger.

Talking about live games, Ezugi will also reinforce its catalog with Fortune Pusher, which is the ice-breaking launch following the acquisition of Amsterdam-based Arcadia Gaming Solutions.

A particularly cool detail about this game is the physical arcade machine is controlled via a joystick in the game’s user interface. Optimized for all sorts of devices, this installment can be played on any type of desktop PC, tablet, or smartphone.

As for slot games, NetEnt will go live with Cursed Treasure, enhanced with Buy Feature, and RAGE, with Colossal Symbols and other surprises. Red Tiger will dish out the long-awaited sequel to Primate King named Primate King Megaways, whereas Big Time Gaming will expand its catalog with Trigger Happy.

Nolimit City will continue to shock the audience with its provocative themes, one of which will be presented in Fire in the Hole 2.

Source:

“Evolution Partners with Kiron Interactive in Africa”, evolution.com, February 2, 2024.

“to exhibit its ever-growing section of live deal games, game shows, RNG, and slot games”

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