Digitain selects Martin Clarke as new Product lead

Industry platform provider Digitain has strengthened its senior management team confirming the appointment of Martin Clarke as its new Director of Product Management.

Clarke has been selected to oversee Digitain’s product development strategy for both its sportsbook and casino platforms.

The executive will lead product oversight for Digitain’s international operator network, which services over 70 platform partners utilising AI-driven capabilities to cover over 65 sports, offering a truly localised proposition to its partners.

Commenting on his new position, Clarke said: “Digitain is a renowned market-leader with a widely acclaimed offering, and I’m immensely proud to become the company’s Director of Product Management.

“The team and I look forward to building on Digitain’s remarkable achievements to date, as we continue to drive innovation, quality and technological advancement.”

Prior to joining Digitain, Clarke has held a number of senior product roles at Betway, Betsson Group and Flutter Entertainment, where he led the redevelopment of Paddy Power’s sportsbook after the company’s merger with Betfair.

Suren Khachatryan, Chief Commercial Officer at Digitain added: “With a wealth of experience spanning some of the industry’s most established businesses, we are thrilled to welcome Martin into the Digitain family.

“His unique skills in problem-solving, technical development and exemplary leadership are unrivalled, and we have no doubt his tenure as Director of Product Management will bring tremendous success.”

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