Digitain selects ‘dynamic’ Romania for new European office

Digitain Opens Romania Office

Digitain has taken the next step in its global expansion plan by opening a new office in the “dynamic and growing market” of Romania.

Digitain Founder Vardges Vardanyan
Vardges Vardanyan

The igaming platform supplier’s newest site is located in the heart of Bucharest, from where it will look to build its presence in European markets and service the requirements of its existing clients in the CEE region.

The Bucharest office will accommodate a team of experienced igaming industry professionals, who will support customers that use Digitain’s range of online casino and sportsbook products, content and services.

Digitain’s Founder Vardges Vardanyan said: “We are thrilled to open a new branch in Bucharest. Romania is a dynamic and growing market.

“At Digitain, we are committed to delivering the best possible experience for our clients. We believe that the opening of our new Bucharest office will help us to achieve this goal, and we look forward to building strong relationships with our clients in Europe.”

While perhaps still best known as a sportsbook software and services supplier, the Armenian technology company has expanded its range of solutions in recent years to encompass a full online casino offering.  

The work of the more than 2,000 employees at its purpose-built headquarters in Yerevan has resulted in the launch of products including an igaming platform and payment gateway, along with in-house live casino and crash games, and a games aggregation service

This evolution from sports betting specialist to multi-discipline igaming supplier has helped to drive Digitian’s growth in Europe’s regulated markets and necessitated the need for the new office in Romania.

However, the company’s expansion plans are global and it is already looking at further offices around the world. 

“We are always looking for opportunities to grow and improve, and the opening of our new Bucharest office is a testament to this commitment,” added Vardanyan.