Armenian Digitain Enters Partnership Deal With 1x2 NetworkPublished January 4, 2018 by Ivan P
The deal will see 1x2 Network slots, casino games, and virtual sports offering made available across the gaming network powered by the Digitain platform.
Digitain, a sports betting and casino platform solutions' provider from Yerevan, Armenia, has entered a significant deal with 1x2 Network. The deal will see the full range of 1x2 slots, table games, and virtual sports offering integrated with the Digitain platform, significantly improving the portfolio of operators based on this platform.
Quality That Breaths Confidence
According to Digitain CEO Suren Khachatryan, 1x2 Network titles have proven quite popular with players across the globe thanks to their quality and versatility, catering to various gaming tastes. For these reasons, he is convinced new players accessing games through operators featuring Digitain platform will be just as satisfied.
Some of the more popular titles that will likely become available via Digitain gambling operators include Virtual Champions, Charming Lady Luck, Virtual Champions, Red Dragon, Mamma Mia, Gladiator of Rome, Alice and the Red Queen, and much more.
Reaching Out to Untapped Markets
This is an important strategic partnership for 1x2 Network as well, as the company's CCO Kevin Reid explained. Digitain is a reputable and well-established company that's been on a constant rise as of late and this trend is expected to continue moving forward. Currently, Digitain employs more than 800 people and have its eyes set on the regulated European markets, with plans to expand to Asia and Americas at a convenient time.
The deal will provide 1x2 Network with access to previously untapped markets, giving the company a chance to present their portfolio of games to a whole new player-base. The timing of the deal also comes at the perfect moment according to Mr. Reid, just ahead of the World Cup 2018 taking place in Russia.
With this partnership with Digitain, 1x2 Network will continue on the trace of the last year, which saw the company introduce Iron Dog Studio games to their portfolio, expanding the offer with new titles alongside their own, in-house developed games.