Xpoint partners with Crab Sports, approved for Maryland gaming license

January 9, 2024
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The supplier said it plans to continue its US expansion.

Geolocation technology provider Xpoint has gained a gaming license in Maryland.

With the addition of its Maryland license, Xpoint is now licensed in 16 US states. The company also holds a license in the Canadian province of Ontario.

Xpoint also announced a partnership with Crab Sports, which is a sportsbook operator based in Maryland. Under the terms of the deal, Crab Sports will implement Xpoint’s Verify solution for its geolocation needs.

The Verify solution determines whether players are within the specified betting jurisdiction and makes sure those regions are in compliance with the necessary state gambling regulations.

Xpoint CEO Manu Gambhir said gaining a Maryland license opens the door for ideal opportunities for incoming operators.

He commented further by saying, “Maryland represents a compelling opportunity for sportsbook operators, and it has proven to be an extremely lucrative yet competitive market.

“We are proud to have supported Crab Sports since their launch in Maryland last year, and we are committed to ensuring that the Xpoint platform continues to reliably and efficiently handle all geolocation needs so that our operator partners can focus on what they do best - operating their sportsbook.”

Crab Sports said it partnered with Xpoint “not only for its seamless integration capabilities and cost-efficiency but also for its robust accuracy in geolocation tracking and exceptional customer service.”

Xpoints offers services that are compatible with all major mobile and desktop operating systems, which are available iOS, Android, MacOS and Windows.


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