Kindred Group partners with Swinomish Tribe to continue US expansion

October 24, 2022
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The partnership between the two entails a six-year agreement with a five-year right to extend.

The Swinomish Tribe in Anacortes, Washington has entered a six-year agreement with Kindred Group with a five-year right to extend should things go well.

Kindred will provide the Swinomish Casino & Lodge with its Unibet sportsbook product. The group will launch Swinomish Casino & Lodge and once operational, the Washington location will mark the seventh US state in which Unibet is live. 

Kindred Group SVP of North America Manuel Stan said: "We are very excited to expand our footprint in the US and to do so together with the Swinomish tribe. The opening of a Sportsbook Lounge at the Swinomish Casino and Lodge will allow us to offer best in class sports betting experience."

Back in September, the company announced an extension with the Philadelphia Eagles that will last until 2025. 

As part of the new agreement, Unibet will now serve as the Eagles’ official casino, online casino games, and sportsbook partner. 

Unibet will have a dedicated ‘Unibet Landing’ location within Lincoln Financial Field that hosts different fan engagement activities throughout the year.

Stan added: "Our partnership with the Eagles has been a key pillar in Unibet’s strategy in Pennsylvania since our entry into the market and will continue to be an essential piece going forward.

"We are very pleased to continue the collaboration and continue to develop innovative and engaging projects both at the stadium as well as digitally."

Philadelphia Eagles Vice President of Corporate Partnerships Brian Napoli commented: "We look forward to extending our fully-integrated partnership with Unibet for another three years."


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