Kambi Group signs exclusive deal with JACK Entertainment

Top-rated global sports betting supplier, Kambi Group plc, has announced a new partnership deal has been signed with JACK Entertainment. The exclusive deal with the urban gaming company that operates in Ohio includes a multi-channel sportsbook offering.

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The new agreement will see JACK introducing the on-property sportsbook of Kambi at their Cleveland Casino venue as well as the Thistledown Racino if legislation and regulatory approvals are provided in the state. An online launch would also be included.

With the contract, there are provisions in place to extend the partnership between the two companies further within the US jurisdictions when opportunities arise.

According to Kambi…

Chief Executive Officer, Kristian Nylén, said: “JACK Entertainment is clearly a major player in the Ohio market, and has been a primary target for us in the US as we build on our strategy to create unique and engaging sports betting experiences with visionary operators.

“The management team at JACK Entertainment were quick to recognize the comprehensive omni-channel excellence offered by the Kambi sportsbook, and how effectively this will complement their ongoing delivery of top-quality gaming and entertainment.”

JACK Entertainment Vice President of Sports and Digital Gaming, Adam Suliman, also commented on the new partnership stating the company is thrilled to have signed a long term strategic partnership with Kambi to support sports betting in Ohio, should legislation come to pass.

Additional Partnerships:

The Group has been quite busy signing partnership deals as of late. Back in August, the company announced a contract extension with DraftKings. The two decided to sign a multi-state option, allowing the partnership to extend to eight more states.

As it continues to extend and sign new partnerships in the US, they grow their footprint in the nation as a top-rated sports betting supplier.

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