Casino platform provider Digitain has improved its position in Asia after announcing a new business agreement with game developer Spadegaming.
Under the terms of the contract, the casino suite of Digitain will be expanded with the multi-channel gaming library of Spadegaming and additional promotional toolkit including tournaments, free spins and exclusive giveaways, expected to go live across the former 70 plus operator network.
Spadegaming sales executive Dimitrios Malegkos said: “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.”
The Asian-based studio, renowned for its fast-paced rpgs, continues to integrate immersive Far Eastern themes and characters into its growing portfolio of games.
Samvel Mkrtumyan, Head of External Communications at Digitain, commented on the contract with Spadegaming and added: “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.”
This follows the recent collaboration between Digitain and online gaming solutions provider Yggdrasil, which saw its casino slot library made accessible to the global network of platform providers.
As a result the portfolio of Yggdrasil, including Multifly, Trolls Bridge, Jackpot Raiders and the Vikings trilogy, will be integrated with the Digitain platform and made available to its more than 70 entities worldwide operator network.
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