Kiron Interactive to launch Lucky Loot lottery-themed numbers product at ICE Africa

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Delegates from specialist virtual games provider, Kiron Interactive, will be attending this week’s ICE Africa to offer a sneak peek of its latest game, Lucky Loot.

The second edition of the two-day event is scheduled to take place on October 2-3, 2019, at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa and will see the provider showcase its product on Stand 806 at what has been described as the continent’s hottest show.

According to a recent press release…

The yet to be released “high-frequency lottery-themed numbers product” invites players to predict a half-dozen numbered balls from a total of 24, with balls matching the bonus ball number winning 2x’s their price.

Market availability:

A total of 19 betting markets are available to play the coming game where players have the benefit of being able to see which numbers are favored and those that are not and can also opt to select and match from one to five balls.

Commenting on its soon-to-be-released game, Co-Chief Executive Officer for Kiron Interactive, Steven Spartinos, said…

“Every player dreams of winning big prizes from small stakes and matching six numbers in Lucky Loot will make that dream a reality.

“Lucky Loot features 19 different betting markets giving them the chance to win even if they only match one or two balls. That gives players a wide range of betting options and full control.

“We’re very much looking forward to showcasing the game and much, much more at ICE Africa this week.”

Exhibition offerings:

Kiron Interactive to launch Lucky Loot lottery-themed numbers product at ICE Africa

In addition to Lucky Loot, the Johannesburg web development specialist and internet marketing company will also display its market-leading library of numbers games and virtual sports at the two-day exhibition, along with the “multi-channel BetMan platform into which they are integrated.”

The leading virtual sports providers’ Remote Game Server (RGS)  (BetMan Online) offers fixed-betting options or, in other words, makes it possible for gambling customers to bet on virtual sports across both desktop and hand-held devices.

Out of the news:

It’s been a minute since the South African company has been in the news, since inking a content deal with UK-based technology and services provider for the online and land-based gaming industry, BetConstruct, in November 2018.

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