SB22 launches retail wager platform and kiosk system

June 2, 2023
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The solution allows players to place bets through self-service terminals without needing a sportsbook.

Gaming technology developer SB22 has released its K22 kiosk and retail sports betting solution. The company said the new technology was designed to simplify betting experiences for players and for operators by offering a user-friendly and cost-effective product.

The group briefly summarized the system’s features and the advantages to operators in an official release.

The company said, “For casino and other operators, K22 differentiates by offering full integration with CMS and loyalty systems, while being the first and only retail solution to provide complete TITO functionality, and interoperability with all gaming and related equipment on the floor.

“In another industry first, the K22 kiosk also features an integrated cash dispenser. This unique capability allows for standalone turnkey operation away from the casino floor and anywhere there is a network connection.”

The self-service terminal features the company’s patent-pending BetLucky option that provides assisted parlay selection. The K22 stand-alone terminal is designed to appeal to both experienced and novice sports bettors.

In addition to its simple and easy-to-use system, the kiosk offers players an opportunity to place wagers without the need for a sportsbook. Players can also place bets through an app from their mobile devices.

Company COO Vladimir Jovanovic shared his thoughts on the new product and described its potential benefits.

He said, "This is transformative frankly. Now any company of any size in any location can offer a proper experience for its customers at a fraction of what it costs to deliver the inferior product that's out there today.

"We call it the democratization of sports betting. But it's so much more than that."


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