Digital Sports Tech goes to Latin America

10 Jan 2017

Digital Sports TechDigital Sports Tech is one of the most well known sports betting software provider, but they look like they don’t want to stop evolving and expanding to as many territories as possible. Their last deal was with the Mexican bookmaker Caliente. They will provide the Mexican operator with their player proposition betting product and this is going to happen at the beginning of the next year. Caliente will launch Digital Sport Tech’s Player Props, where the players will have the opportunity to create an fully customize their own bets in real time.

Mr Ari Lewski, who is the executive director of Digital Sports Ltd, commented on the new deal: «Latin America is a significant sports betting market and we’re really excited to be able to offer our game-changing player proposition betting product to Caliente, another highly-respected, tier one sportsbook. We’re also excited by the fact that Caliente is a very U.S sports-focused operator because that’s where we believe our player props product comes into its own, given the stat-heavy nature of the sports and keen following by fans of the players.».

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