We have some exciting news to share; indeed, Mr Green signed an extended contract with Kambi. In fact, the signed agreement is in connection with the €7 million acquisition of Evoke Gaming, more precisely, Redbet.
As part of the deal, Mr Green took full control of the shares along brands such as Vinnarum casino, Bertil and MamaMia.
In essence, soon the existing Sportsbook platform on Redbet will migrate to Kambi. According to Mr. Green, the transition and integration should be ready in the third quarter of 2018. All and all, the extended contract and integration of Kambi on Redbet doesn’t come as a surprise. Because Mr. Green already power their sportsbook with the Kambi product.
“In Kambi we have a supplier which gives us the control and freedom. Which allow us to follow our strategic path. And create bespoke sports betting experiences for our players”. Jesper Karrbrink, CEO of Mr Green said.
A safe future for Kambi
Together with Mr. Green more tier-one operators like Kindred Group, LeoVegas, Paf, and Napoleon Games all signed a 12-month contract with Kambi. With all these giants aboard we see, of course, a continues bright future and steady revenue stream coming Kambi’s way.
Now, with all these years of operation, they have become a name associated with trust and quality. So, there is no doubt that Kambi will keep on growing and guide new and old operators with their sportsbook product.
“I’m delighted to have signed this extended deal with Mr Green. And happy to welcome its Redbet brand into the Kambi network”. Kristian Nylén, Kambi Chief Executive Officer, said.
Who is Kambi?
In essence, Kambi is a bi-product of casino operator Unibet (Kindred Group). In 2014 the majority ruled, and the shareholders of Unibet group plc approved the spin-off subsidiary company, Kambi. To sum up, the B2B sports betting platform Kambi offers a versatile solution to the retail market. That has an established technical and risk management capability.