Italy to be crowned Digital Combat Simulator champion

Italia will be crowned the Digital Combat Sim champion for the first time on Sunday when the nation’s two digital licence plate readers and their software match up with the country’s digital flags to produce the first digital licence plates.

The digital plates are a critical part of Italy’s digital identity.

In 2014, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi announced plans to license digital license plates to the European Union.

The digital licence was announced at a digital conference in Italy, where the new plates were unveiled.

Italian Minister for Digital Licensing and Privacy Alessandro Graziano said: “Digital Licensing is a huge initiative of the government of the Republic of Italy and we are very happy to be a part of it.

The digital licence is a symbol of our identity, a symbol that belongs to us and to the country,” said Italian Minister of Digital Licenses and Privacy Antonio Di Benedetto.”

As soon as possible, the plates will be ready for use by the local authorities and we expect that the digital license plate will become a real asset in the fight against crime.”

“The digital licence is a symbol of our identity, a symbol that belongs to us and to the country,” said Italian Minister of Digital Licenses and Privacy Antonio Di Benedetto.

Italy has more than 400,000 digital licence-plate readers and more than 70 million digital licenses, but only five of them were registered with the Italian police.

The remaining digital license-plate is registered to a non-profit organisation.