ISI announces partnership with Spirit Lake & Casino Resort

January 3, 2024
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Internet Sports International (ISI) has entered a deal with North Dakota's Spirit Lake & Casino Resort to power its sports wagering operations.

ISI is embarking on a new partnership with Spirit Lake & Casino Resort, located in North Dakota. The deal will see the provider of racing and sportsbook software solutions manage the casino’s sportsbook operations on the gaming floor.

Spirit Lake Casino & Resort’s new sportsbook is available for guests to place bets on their favorite sporting events and make the most of the action by tracking real-time odds.

ISI provides automated sportsbook kiosks, including access to all sports propositions and a 20-inch resistive touch screen. 

Talking of the partnership, Paul Matheny, General Manager of Spirit Lake Casino & Resort, commented: “We found the perfect match for our vision by selecting ISI as our partner for the enhanced sportsbook experience. In an industry marked by fierce competition, these cutting-edge kiosks empower us to set new service standards and continually innovate for the benefit of our guests, now and in the years ahead.”

Bill Stearns, ISI CEO, reflected this excitement at bringing their digital software to the casino: “As retail operations move toward a digital-first experience, ISI’s additional technology and solutions need to be incorporated to enhance the consumer experience for gaming venues of all sizes.

“Our retail casino clients have been looking for creative ways to elevate the sports betting experience for their customers and we feel this strategic integration will do exactly that for our partners at Spirit Lake Casino & Resort.” 

ISI has previously expanded its North American presence, notably by partnering with The Deadwood Landmark Casino in South Dakota to bring its sportsbook software solutions to the gaming floor.  


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