Platform provider to showcase latest product portfolio primed for CEE markets
Leading sportsbook-platform provider Digitain is set to hit the Balkan Entertainment and Gaming Expo (BEGE) in Sofia next month to unveil its latest bespoke portfolio of solutions for CEE markets.
The conference, which runs from the 20th-21st November at Sofia’s Inter Expo Center, has already become a major staple in the region’s gaming calendar, and Digitain will showcase its innovative range of CEE-tailored products at Stand 3.22.
Fresh from recent wins for excellence at the CEEGC, EGR and RGW Awards 2019, its highly modular platform offers customisable features precisely tailored to the region. Providing an intuitive multi-lingual, multi-currency, customisable interface that can be easily integrated, Digitain’s unique APIs allow for a bespoke service with both new and existing platforms for online and land-based operators.
In total, Digitain’s sportsbook product covers 65 sports, covers 7,500 leagues, and offers more than 3,000 betting markets. It also offers odds on 35,000 live events each month, while its casino solution has 3,000-plus games from major casino suppliers (such as Novomatic, Microgaming, NetEnt and Playson).
With Digitain on location to meet with partners both new and old, demonstrating its growing CEE reach and latest strategies, its delegates will be spearheaded by Digitain’s global leadership team, including CCO Suren Khachatryan and Director of International Business Development, Simon Westbury.
Commenting on the company’s agenda for the conference, Lilit Azatyan, Head of B2B Marketing at Digitain, said:
“Innovation, personalisation and gamification are set to be the names of the game at BEGE this year as we prepare to unveil our latest package of bespoke services.
“From USSD / SMS betting to creative engagement tools and an immersive range of home-grown games for the region’s diverse range of demographics, we’ve got every base covered for operators when it comes to one of the world’s most lucrative developing markets.”