Digitain is set to unveil its latest bespoke solutions for the African market at ICE Africa on 2-3 October in Johannesburg.
Leading sportsbook and casino platform provider, Digitain is gearing up for a strong showing at this year’s ICE Africa.
Fresh from recent wins for excellence at the EGR and RGW Awards 2019, the supplier will be showcasing its state-of the-art sportsbook and casino platform at stand 1001. Digitain’s sales staff will be on hand to advise delegates on its ground-breaking strategies, products and trading tools which head the field.
The Digitain team will be spearheaded by Simon Westbury (Director of International Development) and Hmayak Arakelyan (Regional Director for Africa) who has overseen the provider’s rapid expansion on the continent, signing a raft of agreements with African operators including Westernbet, Betpurse and Moobifun.
Digitain’s highly modular platform enables it to provide flexible functionality and features to meet the unique challenges of the African market; including USSD / SMS betting, creative engagement tools and an immersive range of home-grown games.
In total, Digitain’s sportsbook product covers 65 sports, covers 7,500 leagues, and offers more than 3,000 betting markets. It also offers odds on 35,000 live events each month, while its casino solution has 3,000-plus games from major casino suppliers (such as Novomatic, Microgaming, NetEnt and Playson).
Simon Westbury, Director for International Business Development said: “Exciting growth markets such as Africa are a key part of our strategy, and we’re looking forward to showcasing what it is that makes us special here. After a landmark year for Digitain, we can’t wait to unpack our full range of products and services and show why we’re the ideal partner.”
Hmayak Arakelyan, Regional Director for Africa said: Africa is developing rapidly, so much so that it can be arguably called the world’s fastest developing region. It’s easy to see its value as operators queue up to enter, and we’re here to provide tailor-made solutions that meet Africa’s unique challenges.”