InBet & Digitain Team Up For Online Gambling Traction

Published Thursday, February 22, 2018 -
InBet & Digitain Team Up For Online Gambling Traction

The online gambling industry depends on customers enjoying the content offered. There is a tremendous amount of content available and success can depend on operators providing the latest and newest of the products out there. Content is king when it comes to attracting and retaining consumers and it is innovation that keeps the ball rolling.  Developers are competing for the operator’s attention with games that excite the players and compel them to want to play again.

Global gaming software supplier InBet has caught the attention of multi-channel casino platform and sports betting provider Digitain which has just announced a new agreement to integrate InBet’s complete gaming portfolio. InBet has a number of products including sport betting, lottery betting, fast betting, virtual sports, horse racing and exotic styles of poker.

Digitain is an Armenia-based sports book and casino platform provider focusing on the regulated European market. The company has moved into central Asia and Africa over the past year, with its state-of-the-art sports book offering odds on 65 different sports, 7,500 leagues, and more than 3,000 betting markets.

 InBet Games, is gaining significant traction too with a diverse product range. The firm was granted an SBC Award for excellence in the Best Sports Themed Game category in 2017.

Digitain’s CEO, Suren Khachatryan, commented, “After a productive ICE 2018, it’s very pleasing to make this announcement. Integrating InBet Games’ diverse suite – which ranges from slots through lotteries and on to 3D-simulation sports games – gives us the confidence to explore market niches in the gaming sector on a truly international scale.”

InBet Games’ Business Development Director, Paul Korolev also commented, “It’s great news to team up with Digitain in a deal which allows our products to be promoted on a thriving sports book hub. Our unique maths engines and high-octane virtual games are opening up some very exciting gaming possibilities in the B2B world.”




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