Kambi partners with WarHorse Gaming to debut first Nebraska sportsbook

May 11, 2023
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The on-property sportsbook deal will pave the way for additional product launches.

Kambi and WarHorse Gaming have signed an on-property sportsbook agreement that will result in launching Nebraska’s first sportsbook in the coming weeks. The new sportsbook will make its home at WarHorse Casino Lincoln.

WarHorse Gaming is a division of its parent company, Ho-Chunk, Inc. The company is currently regulated by the Nebraska Gaming Commission and recently announced plans to begin construction on its Omaha casino next month.

Under the terms of the deal, WarHorse Gaming will debut its Lincoln casino sportsbook, with another sportsbook launch scheduled next year at WarHorse Casino Omaha.

Kambi Co-Founder and CEO Kristian Nylén explained the deal in more detail and expressed the company’s excitement to collaborate with WarHorse Gaming.

Nylén commented: “We are delighted to sign this partnership with WarHorse Gaming to provide on-property sports betting solutions to the operator's properties in the state of Nebraska.

"As sports betting continues to expand across the US, we are proud to launch the first sportsbook in Nebraska and to power another market-first for one of our partners."

The Kambi sportsbook will feature 400 new slots, as well as simulcast and live thoroughbred racing. Players can access both the Bring Your Own Device technology and Bet Builder tool, along with on-site Kambi sportsbook technology in the form of in-person kiosks.

Ho-Chunk CEO Lance Morgan said: “WarHorse is excited to partner with Kambi to launch Nebraska’s first sportsbook. Kambi’s platform will enhance the gaming experience WarHorse offers for our guests.”

Kambi Group is a global sportsbook supplier and is live in more than 20 US states.


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