Qatar 2022: what a winter World Cup means for sports betting

Qatar 2022: what a winter World Cup means for sports betting

Kambi’s Head of Soccer, Jonathon Hurst, on the potential impact a mid-season break could have on the sports betting market and why customer retention opportunities may be greater than ever. If this was a normal World Cup year, excitement for the knockout stages would...
Can tennis reach its sports betting potential in the US?

Can tennis reach its sports betting potential in the US?

Simon Noy, SVP Trading at Kambi, takes a look at whether more innovation within the tennis product could be key to the sport achieving its full betting potential across the US Some sports have long lent themselves better than others to creating entertaining sports...
Abios: get ready for Kambi’s Festival of Sportsbook

Abios: get ready for Kambi’s Festival of Sportsbook

Kambi’s Head of PR & Communications, Andy Roocroft, interviews Oskar Fröberg, CEO and Co-founder of Abios, on Abios being part of this year’s Festival of Sportsbook and what attendees can expect from their session.  Andy Roocroft: How excited are you...
2022: The year of tribal-operated sports betting?

2022: The year of tribal-operated sports betting?

Having signed partnerships with Desert Diamond Casinos and Saginaw Chippewa Gaming Enterprises in recent months, David Bretnitz, Senior Director of Sales at Kambi, examines the scale of the sports betting opportunities for tribal operators in 2022 and how tribes can...
How will the Ontario’s sports betting market be won?

How will the Ontario’s sports betting market be won?

Sarah Robertson, Kambi’s SVP Sales, predicts the province will be a “unique” and fierce “battleground” when Ontario’s online sports betting market springs wide open on April 4. In an interview with PlayOntario, the Kambi Group senior vice president of sales said...