Digitain to Bare Progressive Portfolio at Betting on Sports 2019

Sep 06

Leading sportsbook and casino platform provider Digitain has announced their return to the must-attend Betting on Sports 2019 conference. They are set to showcase their progressive portfolio, which is specifically tailored to emerging markets.

Fresh from their success at the EGR and RGW Awards 2019, where they were recognised for excellence in their craft, the platform supplier will unveil their powerhouse portfolio at Stand L8, and their sales force will be on site, ready to showcase and explain the platform’s innovative strategies, products, and trading tools to the delegates. These strategies, products, and tools are deemed to be market leaders.

The Digitain team at the conference will be led by Director of International Development Simon Westbury and Regional Director for Africa Hmayak Arakelyan. They are also both responsible for overseeing the company’s rapid expansion, particularly across emerging African and Latin American territories.

The platform provider has successfully increased its reach, due in large part to their highly modular APIs, as well as a platform that offers odds on 7,500 leagues, 65 different sports, and over 3,000 betting markets. Additionally, the company’s platform delivers odds on 35,000 live events every month, and their casino offers more than 3,000 games from a wide variety of casino suppliers, including NetEnt, Microgaming, and Novomatic.

Asked to comment on their planned showcase at this year’s Betting on Sports conference, Simon Westbury has this to say: “Betting on Sports grows in stature each year and is one of the first dates in the diary for our summit schedule. We can’t wait to unpack our full range of products and services after a landmark year for Digitain, in which we’re setting up an international network of hubs, including a new flagship office in the UK in Sheffield.”

The opening of the flagship office in Sheffield was confirmed in July of this year. The office is headed by Westbury himself, and is meant to provide “localised, client-facing and account-management services”. These services are in support of Digitain’s plans for further international growth. The company also plans to build offices across Asia, Africa, and Latin America.

For his part, Hmayak Arakelyan spoke about how they have achieved success with their platform. “Because our platform is so modular, it’s allowed us to tackle diverse emerging markets like Africa with precision and confidence,” he said. “From differing needs in payment provision to website layouts, our flexible functionality and features (e.g. facilitating USSD / SMS betting, creative engagement tools, and an immersive range of home-grown games) give our partners total peace of mind.”

“BOS delivers a fantastic forum at which to network with our partners, both old and new, while the panel sessions are filled with seasoned speakers who offer excellent insight into the industry’s current trends and challenges on a variety of subjects,” Arakelyan added.

The conference will run from September 17 to 20 at Olympia London. This is deemed as the world’s leading sports betting industry event, attended by a great majority of the sports, betting, and gaming industries.