Digitain integrates Betsoft content

By Tom Lewis
Armenia-based industry provider Digitain has inked a deal with Betsoft Gaming to integrate Betsoft’s full suite of slots and table games into its product portfolio.

Digitain will now be able to offer its partners Betsoft titles including Sin City Nights, Birds and The Tipsy Tourist, as well as a selection of table games, among which are blackjack, poker and three card rummy.

Digitain CEO Suren Khachatryan says: “Joining forces with Betsoft Gaming allows us to strengthen our game portfolio with a wide range of new titles and themes. We already offer our partners more than 1,000 games, one of the widest selections on the market.

“We also understand the need to balance quantity with quality, which is one of the reasons we partnered with Betsoft. Their games are up there with the best when it comes to mechanics, design, and themes.”

Anna Mackney, Account Manager at Betsoft, says: “This is a huge opportunity for us to put our games in front of more players all over the world. Digitain has impressive expansion plans for the coming year, and we are delighted to be working with them as they enter new markets.”

The deal follows a series of similar announcements by Digitain. The provider recently launched in Austria with Tipp1, and in Bosnia with Xlivegaming.com

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