Jun 15 / 2018
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Kambi acquires Stanleybet Romania and Sun International

New partnerships for Kambi

Kambi has teamed up with online betting companies, Stanleybet Romania and Sun International – both have already gone live with their Kambi-powered sportsbooks.

The speedy launches come ahead of the most exciting sporting event this summer – the World Cup. Stanleybet Romania, which migrated to the Kambi Sportsbook from its previous supplier, re-launched its Stanletbet.ro site last week, just seven weeks after signing with Kambi.

Meanwhile, Kambi also went live with Sun International, which last week re-launched its South Africa-facing online Sunbet brand with a Kambi Sportsbook. The launch comes after Sun International, the largest resort and entertainment group in the Southern Hemisphere, received the required approval from the local regulator.

Martin Sack, group manager of online business development at Sun International, commented: “In Kambi we are confident we have selected the right partner to help us grow our Sportsbook.”

“Kambi has a record of springboarding visionary sportsbooks and through this partnership, I believe our customers have access to what is arguably one of the best sportsbooks in the South African market.”

“Early indications are that our customers are thoroughly enjoying the Sunbet site’s greatly expanded offering,” he added.

Max Meltzer, Kambi chief commercial officer, welcomed Stanleybet Romania and Sun International to the Kambi network and stated the launches were further evidence of the supplier’s scalability.

“I’m delighted Kambi has launched with both Stanleybet Romania and Sun International, particularly ahead of the World Cup, which will provide the perfect opportunity for players to experience the quality of the Kambi Sportsbook,” Meltzer said.

“The fact we launched two customers into jurisdictions with different regulatory frameworks in such a short space of time illustrates the scalability of the Kambi Sportsbook, a capability which has seen us expand into multiple regulated markets across six continents,” he added.

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