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Digitain bolsters action-packed portfolio with Spadegaming integration

Leading sportsbook and casino platform provider Digitain has partnered with innovative casino game studio Spadegaming.

The agreement sees Digitain’s acclaimed casino suite further strengthen its appeal in Asia, with Spadegaming’s portfolio becoming the latest addition.

The Asia-based studio’s engaging content is renowned for its fast-paced titles, giving players the chance to win massive cash prizes while incorporating a treasure trove of immersive far-Eastern themes and characters.

Set to go live across Digitain’s 70+ operator network, Spadegaming’s multi-channel gaming catalogue and supplementary promotional toolkit also includes tournaments, free spins and exclusive giveaways.

Commenting on the deal, Samvel Mkrtumyan, Head of External Communications at Digitain said: “Spadegaming’s exciting catalogue of innovative games and promotional tools marks the latest addition to our EGR award-winning casino suite.

“The supplier’s immersive entertainment package draws on the very best of both the Western and Asian iGaming communities, bringing a new dimension to our market-leading product range.”

Dimitrios Malegkos, Sales Executive at Spadegaming added: “We are delighted to partner with Digitain as the company continues to cement its reputation as one of the most respected names in the industry.

“With a roster of exceptional content in the pipeline, we look forward to embarking on what will undoubtedly be a productive and long-term commercial relationship.” 

Fully customised for the varied challenges of diverse legislative environments, Digitain’s comprehensive package of sports betting and casino solutions received multiple awards for excellence in 2019, including the EGR, RGW, CEEGC and BEGE Awards.

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