Maltese sportsbetting technologies developer, Kambi Group, has announced the signing of an agreement that is to see its sportsbook and managed services integrated into the modular proprietary platform from iGaming business-to-business software aggregator, White Hat Gaming.

Platform to offer sportsbetting service:

The Valletta-headquartered innovator used an official Tuesday press release to declare that the deal will allow the pair to supply existing and prospective clients in regulated markets with a full omni-channel turnkey service that is to additionally feature online casino and games content from White Hat Gaming.

Sportsbook to be ‘enhanced even further’:

Kambi Group explained that the partnership could potentially ‘provide a more meaningful contribution’ to its bottom line in the future while the firm’s Chief Executive Officer, Kristian Nylen, stated that the arrangement is to see the performance of its sportsbook ‘enhanced even further.’

Nylen’s statement read…

“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.”

Focus remains on ‘regulated markets’:

For his part, Marc Weinberg, Chief Marketing Officer for White Hat, proclaimed that his firm offers clients ‘a best-in-class full-service platform’ that is ‘focused on regulated markets’ and has at its core the ability to combine ‘commercial optimization with rigorous regulatory compliance.’

Weinberg’s statement read…

“By partnering with Kambi Group, a sportsbook provider with an unrivalled pedigree and a renowned reputation for its 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.”