Kambi to license sportsbook platform to White Hat Gaming

Kambi to license sportsbook platform to White Hat Gaming

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 Posted by News Team
Deal likely to have positive impact on sportsbook supplier's revenue from 2019 onwards

White Hat Gaming is to offer Kambi Group’s sportsbook and managed services to its customers following a new commercial deal between the suppliers. 

The agreement will see the Kambi sportsbook integrated into White Hat’s proprietary platform, allowing its clients to add a sports betting solution to their product portfolio. 

Founded in 2012, White Hat offers a modular platform, allowing customers to pick and choose elements they require, as well as a range of casino and games content. 

"Prospective clients are drawn to White Hat Gaming because they recognise that we are a best-in-class full-service platform, focused on regulated markets with a core business built around combining commercial optimisation with rigorous regulatory compliance,” White Hat Gaming chief marketing officer Marc Weinberg said.

"By partnering with Kambi, a sportsbook provider with an unrivalled pedigree and a renowned reputation for their commitment to excellence, we are able to continue to expand our offering and to do so alongside a company clearly aligned with our values and vision for the future.”

Kambi noted that the partnership was unlikely to have any impact on its 2018 revenue, though it was likely to make a more meaningful contribution in future years. 

"The performance of the Kambi Sportsbook is enhanced even further when paired with the modern and sophisticated platform partners the industry has to offer,” Kambi chief executive Kristian Nylen said. 

"In teaming-up with White Hat Gaming, not only have we added another quality platform and gaming option, we have partnered with a company that shares our unwavering commitment to regulatory compliance and corporate probity."

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