Online poker software company Digital Gaming Network, (DGN) has added to its growing stable of clients after striking a partnership with BetonUSA.com. This new signing comes on the heels of the recent acquisition by Digital Gaming Network (DGN) of Gibraltar-based Poker software company Dobrosoft, as well as several recent signings of other established network partners.
Nicole Sims, DGN’s public relations manager, said this partnership fits well with the company’s ambitious growth plans.
“Digital Gaming Network is excited to announce BetonUSA as our latest network client. This new signing shows that we are committed to growing our position as a premier poker provider to our industry,” said Ms. Sims.
BetonUSA will add significantly to the networks growing player base. And she hinted this most-recent deal is just the tip of the iceberg. “This is just the first of many deals that will be announced over the next few weeks,” she said.
BetonUSA was previously with Microgaming’s Prima Poker Network. They will be going live on the network shortly.
DGN offers established and growing gaming companies a stable poker platform with newly enhanced features and increased tournament capacity as well as the ability to partner with a team of experienced senior management and staff that have been assembled from industry leading companies.
Ms. Sims goes on to say, “We have several new software feature releases being deployed over the next few months. It’s nice that these recent major signings as well as more to be announced shortly act as further third-party confirmation from industry operators that our company is moving ahead swiftly in the right direction.”
More information about Digital Gaming Network and its gaming platforms is available at digitalgamingnetwork.com. Press related inquiries may be directed to company spokesperson Nicole Sims at +44 207 0239 490.
About Digital Gaming Network
Digital Gaming Network is a privately held firm specializing in multi-player gaming software development. The company has offices in San Jose, Costa Rica and development centers in Eastern Europe and Asia. More information can also be found at http://www.digitalgamingnetwork.com.