Caribbean CAGE selects Sportradar as official services provider

November 7, 2023

As part of the agreement, Sportradar will install its ORAKO system.

Caribbean CAGE has chosen Sportradar to represent the Caribbean and Latin American gaming company as its official technology and services provider. The two have signed a multi-year deal that will allow Sportradar to install its sports betting solution and player account management system, ORAKO.

CAGE Companies Chairman and CEO Robert B. Washington Jr. commented, “CAGE Sports will deliver a product to the benefit of small businesses throughout the region. Our customers will also benefit by having access to both retail and digital solutions to wager on their sport of choice. We see sports betting as a big part in the growth of our company. Having Sportradar as our partner creates tremendous value.”

Through ORAKO, players will be able to access both Ballers Sportsbook and Sportradar content through one platform. They can choose from a variety of wagering options, including parlays, teasers, futures, in-game wagering and player props.

Along with its expanded presence into the South American region, Sportradar’s reach extends throughout North America, including several US states, as well as territory in Canada.

The company provides its services “to a wide range of clients operating within these jurisdictions, advancing transparency and integrity, and delivering accurate sports data to sanctioned sports betting and gaming agencies.”

Sportradar SVP Managed Sportsbook Services Jacob Lopez said, “Sportradar has a strong track record of collaborating with operators to establish new betting offerings that are dynamic and engage customers deeply.

“Combined with the advanced technological capabilities of the ORAKO solution, Sportradar is best positioned to partner with Caribbean CAGE and deliver a customizable sportsbook offering that enhances the sports betting experience for a diverse customer base across the region.”


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