Sportradar receives Kansas Gaming Supplier Certificate

July 6, 2023
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The sports data company now holds 46 licenses or their equivalent in North America.

The Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission has issued Sportradar’s US betting subsidiary, Sportradar Solutions, a plenary Sports Gaming Supplier Certificate for the Sunflower State.

Sportradar Solutions received a temporary certificate from Kansas in September 2022.

Sportradar is traded on Nasdaq under the ticker SRAD. It now holds 46 licenses or the equivalent of licenses in North America, across US states, territories, tribes and Canada.

Sportradar is headquartered in St. Gallen, Switzerland and was founded in 2001. It collects and analyzes sports data for bookmakers, sports federations and media companies.

Just this week it entered into an agreement with the South American football governing body Conmebol.

Next week, Sportradar will be hosting an elite amateur basketball tournament featuring top prospects from around the world.

Sportradar's partners include the National Basketball Association, Major League Baseball, the National Hockey League, Nascar, the International Tennis Federation, DraftKings and FanDuel. More than 1,700 sports federations, media outlets, betting operators and consumer platforms in 120 countries use Sportradar data. 

Sportradar employs more than 3,900 full-time employees in 20 countries. Its products and services include sports data, odds making, live streams, virtual sports and simulated reality. Its sports betting service operates under the brand name Betradar.


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