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Kambi Group


Kambi is the trusted sportsbook partner to the regulated betting and gaming industry. With a range of partners around the globe including Kindred, Rush Street Interactive and LeoVegas, Kambi is the go to for ambitious Sportsbooks.
Kambi not only provides a first-class sports betting experience but acts as an incubator for operator innovation and differentiation thanks to our data-driven sportsbook core and flexible technology.  Empowered by Kambi’s range of differentiation tools, operators can control crucial player facing elements of the sportsbook, including front-end and odds, helping Kambi establish an impressive track record of spring boarding visionary sportsbooks to success across the globe.  

Kambi’s services encompass a broad offering, from compliance provision and odds-compiling through to customer intelligence and risk management, built on and delivered through a sophisticated, in-house developed software platform.  

Kambi harnesses the extensive real-time data generated across our network to continually enhance our algorithmic trading models, leveraging this analysis to deliver actionable insights from which all our partners can benefit. The success Kambi delivers is anchored in the strength of the Kambi network, leveraging a global player base, that create network advantages that increase as each new partner is added and existing partners grow.  

As a member of the International Betting Integrity Association, our 24/7 sportsbook control team ensures all matters concerning sports integrity are handled proactively and swiftly, protecting our partners, their players and the sports we love.
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