Kambi Group, a leading B2B provider of sports betting technology and services to licensed B2C gaming operators, released its financial report for the first quarter of 2021 which looks like good news for shareholders going into Q2.
The sports betting technology and services provider headquartered in Valletta may attribute the rise in revenues to continued growth of the US market and a busy American sporting calendar.
Kambi offers a wide variety of services from compliance provision and odds-compiling to customer intelligence and risk management.
The iGaming business continues to expand in the United States with offices in 14 States where the company provides regulated sports betting. Kambi is also expanding further afield, venturing into Australia and Argentina.
Kambi is traded on the Nasdaq Stockholm.
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