1X2 Network has expanded its ongoing collaboration with Digitain network provider to see the latter gain access to additional third-party game studios via the 3PI aggregation programme of the firm.
The extended partnership is to see Digitain partners bolster their respective game portfolios with developer games that have connected to the site.
It includes virtual sports titles currently in demand from distributor Leap Gaming, which partners with 1X2gaming to sell a variety of titles on the RGS, in addition to slots and table games from the Iron Dog Studio 1X2 Network and 1X2gaming subsidiaries.
Kevin Reid, 1X2 Network’s chief commercial officer, stated: “We are delighted to have extended our already successful partnership with Digitain and to provide them with access to hundreds more titles with the click of a button.
“3PI provides variety and quality whilst maintaining 1X2’s rich tradition of fantastic service and account management, and with the ability to add the likes Leap Gaming virtual sports games at this time really can be of benefit to Digitain’s customers while there is a lack of sports on offer.”
This follows that last week Digitain expanded its global portfolio with an exclusive white-label BetShah casino and sportsbook deal, and also a new link-up with Mediacle and igaming affiliate tech MAP.
Under the terms of the agreement with the former, Digitain will help and grow BetShah’s global business strategy by offering a consumer experience, taking advantage of Digitain’s 65-sport and 7,500-league coverage.
Samvel Mkrtumyan, head of external communication at Digitain, commented on the new agreement reached by the firm: “1X2 Network’s proprietary games have become an integral offering for our global operator partners and their players, so it made perfect sense for us to build on this partnership and take additional third-party titles via 3PI.
“Being able to offer an even more broad range of Virtual Sports and additional casino content at this time could never be more important for our partners, 3PI offers us just that.”