Digitain has secured certification from Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) for its sportsbook platform, covering Event Wagering Systems and Interactive Gaming System.
The sportsbook and casino provider received the accreditation following a ‘rigorous evaluation’, with the GLI-19 certification covering Event Wagering and the GLI-33 certification covering Interactive Gaming Systems v3.0.
Edmund Ghulyan, Digitain’s Chief Customer and Process Officer, remarked: “We very much welcome the GLI certification for our proprietorial sportsbook platform.
“It recognises the hard work and expertise of our sportsbook development teams and will also help us to achieve our strategic objective to reach new markets in 2022.”
By securing approval from GLI, Digitain has improved its standing in the industry by receiving recognition from a ‘world class testing, certification, and professional services to the gaming industry’ provider’, the clients of which include gaming regulators, suppliers and operators in 480 global jurisdictions.
Digitain has experienced a strong trading performance in 2020, having struck partnerships with notable companies such as AstroPay, under the terms of a marketing referral deal.
The agreement saw Digitain’s partners benefit from access to AstroPay’s portfolio of payment products, including the AstroPay Card and its OneTouch wallet.
Speaking to SBC ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Zohrab Karapetyan, Digitain’s Sportsbook Product Manager, talked about the various sports the company was supporting ahead of the event.
Commenting on the firm’s sportsbook offering, Karapetyan described it as its “number one ‘hero’ product’, covering 100 sports, 15,000 leagues and offering more than 3,000 betting markets.
He observed: “Flexibility is one of the core requirements of a sportsbook, enabling operators to differentiate themselves in their target markets – our sportsbook, whether delivered via a turnkey platform, or via API, is a stand-alone fully functional platform, with a comprehensive range of supporting services.”