Kiron Interactive to Supply Mobile Horse Betting Game to Phantom Fiber

Kiron Interactive Ltd., a games developer from Johannesburg in South Africa, and Phantom Fiber Corporation, a distributor of mobile betting games and wireless platforms based in Toronto Canada, signed on a mutual agreement last week on the 5th of March. The five-years agreement states that Kiron will supply Phantom with mobile horse betting game which allows users to train, buy or race with virtual horses. The revenues made by would be shared between the two parties.

Jeff Halloran, president and CEO for Phantom Fiber stated, "Phantom's capability to distribute streaming-video media and handle high-speed communications in a graphically loaded appearance attached with Kiron's imaginative and stimulating virtual horse-racing game encouraged our will to colleague with them as soon as possible."

Kiron Interactive is an operator and developer of skills-games based on the gaming industry that focuses on horse racing games in the UK. Kiron's most popular game is DigiTurf, a virtual platform where players can buy, train and race horses and win real money awards at different virtual-horse racing events.

Kiron doesn't only focus on mobile betting games and the company also develops games for the internet and interactive TV. Among its clients there are the UK Betting Group, Ladbrokes, Independent News and Media, Attheraces and Cashcade.

Phantom Fiber Corporation is the primary developer of mobile platforms-software that allows its clientele to send advanced mobile media and applications to mobile users around the world. With Kiron's set of mobile betting games the company would be able to expand its current list of clients and to offer more mobile gambling games to its clients' users.

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Mike Mendelson - Staff Writer