Digitain to incorporate the full suite of EGT Interactive into its flourishing platform
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Digitain, the sportsbook and casino platform provider that offers best of breed turn-key and white-label solutions is all set to incorporate into its flourishing platform the full suite of EGT Interactive, the global gaming software, and solutions provider.
The new agreement pledges to add a high-quality range to Digitain’s existing portfolio, which recently leaped beyond the 3,000-games mark on its casino platform, and keeps on track all geared up. Among the games made available to their operator partners via the deal will be EGT Interactive’s latest release “40 Mega Clover” and titles much in vogue like “Almighty Ramses II” and the classic “Burning Hot.”
This integration adds extra weight to the supplier’s casino platform, and it widens its sphere of influence throughout international markets, extending from CIS-facing territories to Asia and Africa.
In association, Suren Khachatryan, the CEO, Digitain said: “It’s very pleasing to make this announcement. We have launched some fantastic content over the past 12 months on the casino, with a wide variety of themes, features, and maths models to ensure improved gameplay. We hope they will readily become firm favorites with operators as well as players alike.”
And Todor Zaharief, EGT Interactive’s Manager, added: “It’s great news to partner with Digitain, which has progressed its global reach significantly in recent months. It’s a deal which also allows our products to be promoted via a thriving sportsbook station. EGT Interactive’s heritage is based on innovation and advanced gaming software which already powers some of the world’s top casino operators. So we can’t wait to see how our games perform across what in many cases are new markets for us.”
Digitain has stretched its influence far and wide across Europe, central Asia, and Africa over the past year, with its state-of-the-art sportsbook (offering odds on 65 different sports, 7,500 leagues, and more than 3,000 betting markets) gaining progressive traction.
Source: European Gaming Industry News