Digitain announces partnership with BF Games

Sports betting software provider Digitain has partnered with slots development studio BF Games. The deal means that BF Games’ portfolio of slots will be available on Digitain’s platform.


Games like Book of Gods, Star Settler and Stunning Cube will be merged into Digitain’s global operator network.

Its network contains 75 global operator partners, who will also benefit from the deal, as they’ll gain access to BF Games’ large collection.

“Digitain’s iGaming platform is first-class, and the company has a strong foothold in several key jurisdictions,” said Claudia Melcaru, head of business development at BF Games. “We are thrilled to add our content to their existing offering. This year will see us create exciting fresh content and we look forward to bringing it to new audiences around the globe together with Digitain.”

Simon Westbury, CBO at Digitain, added: “We are very impressed with BF Games’ offering and are delighted to add their content to our platform. We particularly like their mix of classic slots and their more innovative titles, as there is something there that will appeal to all player types across our partner network.”

So far, Digitain offer over 7,000 casino games while BF Games’ content is already available through over 100 operators.

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