Share Submit Digitain has continued its global expansion with the launch of its product offering in Portugal and Romania. The move further enhances Digitain’s extensive international reach as it looks to push its sportsbook software, sports data and tracking systems and casino aggregation among its other products.Nora Galstyan, Compliance Manager at Digitain, stated: “Going live in Portugal and Romania is another win in our ambitious plans for continued international expansion, with plenty of other exciting market entries also in the pipeline for 2020.“The debuts allow us to further enlarge our operator network, giving a range of Portuguese and Romanian operators the chance to service their sportsbook with one of the most respected global platforms on the market.”The news follows Digitain’s recent accreditations by Gaming Associates, which enables the company to supply its sportsbook in EU-based markets where regulators do not mandate individual compliance checks. Digitain’s API provides an intuitive multi-lingual, multi-currency, customisable interface that can be easily integrated, allowing for effective services with both new and existing platforms for online and land-based operators, no matter where the partner is based.Digitain’s latest partnership continues the company’s progressive year having been granted a B2B licence from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) in February. The licence allowed Digitain to supply a wide array of Tier 1 B2C operators across Malta, as well as extending its global player reach.In December 2019, Digitain was also given the green light to expand into Romania after gaining a Class 2 licence certification from the Romanian National Gambling Office (ONJN). Share Related Articles Why reliability of service is an integral part of TVBET’s strategy August 6, 2020 Altenar: Supporting expansion plans in Denmark and Portugal August 20, 2020 StumbleUpon Romania’s ONJN adds 20 sites to blacklist August 14, 2020
The Ghana Football Association and Cheki Ghana Limited has signed a two-year agreement to sponsor the Black Stars ahead of the 2014 World Cup.The online car selling and buying firm signed the agreement worth $100,000 at a ceremony held at the Ghana FA headquarters in Accra on Thursday.Country Director of Cheki Eric Amoako Twum says the opportunity to associate with a powerful brand like the Black Stars was too much of an attraction to ignore.“The Black Stars is the passion of the nation and we wanted to be part of something that truly binds the nation like the Black Stars,” he said at the event“We are looking to grow our brand and for us, the Black Stars provides us with the most powerful support needed to do this.”Ghana FA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi who signed the agreement on behalf of the Ghana FA says the new sponsorship deal will help further enhance the finances needed to guarantee the continued success of the Black Stars. “What this sponsorship does is that it makes the kitty for the Black Stars bigger so that we are able to offer better bonuses to the players and also employ competent staff,” he said.“Money plays a very key role in the success of any organisation especially football and we are happy with this new sponsorship agreement.”Ghana will be making a third successive appearance at the World Cup this June in Brazil.The Black Stars look to go at least one better than their quarter final feat achieved in the last finals four years ago in South Africa.