Maltese wagering technologies innovator Kambi Group has announced the signing of a multi-year agreement that is set to see it provide its sportsbetting platform to a new online casino and sportsbook soon due to launch at

Curacao certification:

The revelation comes almost three weeks after the Valletta-headquartered firm inked a similar deal with British bookmaking giant William Hill and it used an official Thursday press release to detail that is now scheduled to launch during the second half of the year utilizing a Curacao license.

Skilled supervision:

Kambi Group stated that is the brainchild of ‘experienced industry duo’ Jose Del Pino and Morten Tonnesen, who once served as directors for the firm behind the online poker domain at, and initially intends to target sportsbetting aficionados in Europe and Latin America.

Fluent flexibility:

Kristian Nylen, Chief Executive Officer for Kambi Group, used the press release to declare that his firm’s sportsbetting platform was selected by following ‘a thorough search’ to locate solutions that would provide the domain with ‘the level of freedom required… to innovate and develop unique sportsbetting experiences’.

Nylen’s statement read…

“Our sportsbook lends itself to those with the imagination and capability to innovate and deliver truly unique and personalized sportsbetting experiences to their players. In we have partnered with a visionary operator and experienced management team with vast experience of the European and Latin American markets that plans to do just that; leverage the freedom afforded by our sophisticated technology to execute on its strategy to create a safe and engaging sportsbook product.”

Tailored technology:

For his part, Tonnesen proclaimed that will merge ‘best-of-breed suppliers from across the industry with a sophisticated data-led approach’ in order to supply bettors with ‘localized and personalized gaming experiences’. He moreover asserted that the coming domain it to utilize ‘artificial intelligence and machine-learning techniques’ and soon hopes to have acquired ‘additional licenses in Europe and Latin America’.

Read a statement from Tonnesen…

“At, we are building a unique gaming product that uses innovative technology to put the player at the center of the action. This includes leveraging the latest machine learning and artificial intelligence tools to create a truly personalized experience for every customer. By partnering with Kambi Group, we will gain access to flexible sportsbook technology that enables us to deliver upon our vision.”