Digitain tackles shortfall in live sports with Penalty launch

Sportsbook and casino platform provider Digitain has strengthened its gaming suite after confirming the launch of its in-house betting product, Penalty.

Players will compete to correctly predict the randomly generated outcome of the penalty shoot-out, which Digitain hopes to make as realistic as possible through a ‘match-day soundtrack and immersive visual effects’.

Martin Clarke, Director of Product Management at Digitain, said: “Football enthusiasts around the globe are sorely missing the beautiful game, and this thrilling new title helps to fill the gap in sporting action for entertainment-hungry fans.

“Following in the footsteps of RocketOn and Crash, Penalty marks the latest addition to our acclaimed in-house catalogue, as Digitain continues to help operators respond to fixture schedule disruption with action-packed alternatives.”

The latest game comes as Digitain looks to develop alternate revenue streams to mitigate the shortfall in live sporting events.

In March, Digitain revealed plans to ‘navigate the storm‘ caused by the coronavirus pandemic by boosting its catalogue of alternative markets to the front of its ranks.

Boasting an ‘action-packed line up’ of content, Digitain has boosted its offering with in-house skill games, alternative sporting markets, a variety of esports events as well as its table football betting roster.

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