Operator to add new sportsbook to its online offering
Armenia: Multi-channel sports betting and casino platform provider Digitain has launched a new online sportsbook with Austria-based operator Tipp1.com, as the supplier continues to expand into new markets.
The site will be powered by Digitain’s fully-managed sportsbook platform, which offers odds on 65 different sports, taking in 7,500 leagues, and more than 3,000 betting markets. It also covers 28,000 live events a month.
Under the agreement, Digitain is also supplying its sportsbook solution to Tipp1’s retail properties through bet stations, allowing the operator to offer its customers a true multi-channel experience for the first time.
The deal was signed at the recent EiG conference in Berlin, and comes hot on the heels of a number of launches for Digitain, including Xlivebet.com in Bosnia and FinBet in Kazakhstan.
Digitain CEO Suren Khachatryan, said: “We are thrilled to have joined forces with Tipp1 and to have signed our deal at EiG. We have been working hard to create partnerships in new markets, and Austria is an exciting venture for us.
“This deal will be followed by a long line of sites that we are set to roll-out in the coming months, and is testament to the power and performance of our sportsbook. Multi-channel is a must for operators in every market, and it’s something we know we can deliver to our partners.”
Wolfgang Grünsteidl, co-owner at Tipp1, said: “We have been dabbling with online gaming for a number of years now, but realised we needed to find a proper platform partner in order to take our offering to the next level. As soon as we met with Digitain, we knew they were the right choice for us.
“Their products and services are impressive to say the least, and will provide a huge boost to the interactive arm of our business. They have already proven to be great partners, and together I am sure we will go on to achieve great success.”
The launch comes shortly after Digitain reached a distribution deal with Mediatech Solutions to provide the Spain-based supplier with its sports betting platform.