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Kambi to Manage the Sportsbooks For Tribe’s Michigan Casinos

Sports betting market is again ready to witness some stir again after a bit of sluggish vibe it held for a while. New collabs, partnerships, and deals are keeping the market alive finally.

Lately, Kambi Group has managed to get into a deal with a tribal nation. Four Winds Casinos have decided to let Kambi group operate Sportsbook and Mobile App for its Michigan Tribal Casinos. The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians is the entity that operates Four Winds Casinos. A competitive bidding procedure was conducted to choose Kambi for the deal, as Kambi noted. The selection was largely by the tribal leaders.

Kambi is a company that works on sports betting technology and is based out of Malta. On the other hand, Four Winds Casinos are located in Dowagiac, New Buffalo, and Hartford, all in Michigan’s southwest corner. The lavish and captivating casino in New Buffalo resort is as large as 125,000-square-foot and is Four Winds’ flagship property.

Four Winds Casinos’ senior vice president of gaming operations, named Frank Kennedy, said,

Frank Kennedy said

He added,

Frank Kennedy added

Kambi will look into the operations related to the installation of self-serve kiosks along with “Bring-Your-Own-Device” bet-builder technology. With that, it’ll allow bettors to create their wagers on their smartphones with the help of QR codes.

Moreover, Kambi will also be able to manage the mobile-based sports betting, though after its retail sportsbooks, see the light. Kambi is really and rapidly moving upwards in the world of sports betting. In the last one and a half years, this is its third deal to date. The way Kambi is spreading its wings in the space; it will be enthralling to see where it takes Four Winds casinos in the next few months. Especially in the tribal casinos, the Kambi Group has established a strong sense of trust.

Samuel King

Samuel King comes with a Postgraduate degree in journalism from one of the leading universities. He currently works as a journalist at CapitalBay.News and has written widely on the gaming industry.

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