Virtual games specialist Kiron Interactive (Pty) Ltd has partnered with IPG International to supply a Keno gaming system to NagaWorld casino resort, in Cambodia.
Kiron and IPG signed a multi-year agreement in September to provide a customised platform to conform to NagaWorld’s local requirements. The game will be offered in a purpose-built area, the companies said in a press release.
Kiron Interactive, founded in South Africa in 2001, is a global provider of interactive skill games and virtual sports products to the gaming and hospitality industries.
IPG International, also known as Indo Pacific Gaming, was established in 1989 and is headquartered in Sydney. The company is a regional gaming equipment supplier and gaming operator to the Asian and Australasian market.
“Our new Keno solution has benefitted from our long standing experience in the virtual games industry and a detailed review of operator needs and existing Keno systems available in the market,” Steven Spartinos, co-chief executive of Kiron Interactive, said in a statement.
NagaWorld, arguably Cambodia’s most well-known casino resort, is operated by Hong Kong-listed NagaCorp Ltd. The foreigners-only property is the only legal casino within a 200-kilometre (124-mile) radius of the Southeast Asian country’s capital Phnom Penh.
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