Digitain nets industry first with table football feed

Sportsbook and casino platform provider Digitain has scored an industry first by launching its live streamed table football feed.

The API feed will be made available to any operator in the gambling industry, and not just those on the Digitain platform. It features professional players, supported by pre-play and in-play AI-generated odds and player statistics.

The feed will offer coverage from over 400 games per week, with over 50 markets available per match. It is hoped that the new in-house development will support operators in driving acquisition and retention strategies, revenue growth and diversified product offerings.

Martin Clarke, Director of Product Management at Digitain, commented: “Sports fans everywhere around are missing competitive sports and this new live odds feed will enable operators to differentiate their offering and to be more competitive at this challenging time.. We have exciting plans to further develop this innovation – and look forward to delivering further value to our partners”

“Following in the footsteps of our recent new product launches; RocketOn, Crash and Penalty- our Live Table Football service marks the latest addition to our acclaimed in-house catalogue, as Digitain continues to help operators – old and new – to respond to fixture schedule disruption with action-packed alternatives.”

Earlier this month, Digitain launched its in-house betting product, Penalty. The product allows players to try to predict the randomly generated outcome of the penalty shoot-out.

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