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Boxing clever with BetConstruct’s VR Fight Club


BetConstruct was up for the fight at this year’s ICE with VR Fight Club being demoed on two mini boxing rings inside the boulevard space in between the two exhibition halls, demonstrating a new application which simultaneously caters to two audiences


VR Fight Club offers a realistic and emotional PvP boxing simulator allowing its users to train at the


ring and have a fight with real opponents. “VR simulators have been around for a while, allowing people who are far from certain activities to try their best through VR and touch the atmosphere that is crafted to be close to the real thing,” said Rafayel Badalyan, BetConstruct’s Chief Innovations Officer. “Our VR Fight Club is a game, a workout routine and the next big thing in esports.”


BetConstruct reimagines the combat in a virtual Kambi enables betting companies to partner with confidence


A momentous year for sports betting giant Kambi saw a 23 per cent year-on-year rise in Q4 revenue and 52 per cent year-on-year increase in Q4 operator turnover, driven by further expansion into new US states and new customer launches


Whilst headline grabbing deals with Seneca Gaming Corporation, which saw it launching in all three of Seneca’s New York casinos in December, along with Penn National Gaming, DraftKings and New Hampshire Lottery have seen the company flourish stateside, deals with Kindred Group in Malta, Corredor Emprasarial and BetPlay in Colombia and Televista in Mexico have seen the company expand its business across the globe.


Te campaign for 2020, ‘Partner with Confidence’, draws parallels between high performing sports stars and sportsbook operators, and highlights how the successes of each are made possible through the dedication and support of trusted partners behind the scenes.


Alongside the underlying assets of a sportsbook which operators can trust to provide firm foundations for growth, Kambi also supplies technology for differentiation with open APIs enabling operators to take control of the front-end and tailor a UX distinct to their brand.


Kambi doesn’t believe that losing its partnership with DraftKings will affect its revenues in 2020.


Kambi CEO Kristian Nylén said: “2019 ended with news our partner DraftKings had entered into an


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agreement to acquire its own sports betting technology and therefore will no longer be dependent on Kambi. Our revenues from DraftKings are likely to be unaffected throughout 2020. I remain of the view that DraftKings’ long- term prospects would be better served with Kambi, but also that this will increase the appeal of Kambi to an even greater level. We remain firmly committed to the US, where we have a diverse network of partners which have fantastic potential for growth, particularly as more states regulate.


“We continue to prove that we are the sports betting partner operators can trust to deliver. In Q4, we launched in seven casinos and a variety of online sportsbooks across multiple jurisdictions. I’m particularly proud we were able to launch with our first US lottery, when going live in New Hampshire with DraftKings in December. I was also pleased to make our retail debut in South Africa when we launched the Kambi Sportsbook inside the Sun International-owned Grand West Casino in Cape Town.


“While much of this growth was derived from our US partners, we also saw double-digit turnover growth in markets outside of the US, all of which contributed to strong revenue growth of 23 per


arena and takes it to the walls of its eSports department where e-athletes contribute to one of the biggest revenue generating markets – ebetting. BetConstruct was also highlighting a recent tie-up with TruNarrative to improve onboarding, risk, fraud and responsible gambling procedures. Te TruNarrative solution provides multiple suppliers and data points and because it is offered via a single platform and API, means a reduction in technical work.


Elsewhere it was showing its new Spring BME App offering a complete A to Z guide to gaming and betting business via a single platform.


Kambi’s Tom Lewis


cent. Te evolving nature of the sports betting industry means there will always be challenges to overcome but I know we have built a robust business with the capability and strength to withstand these pressures. We operate in a fast- growing market, one which continues to embrace regulation and will therefore present Kambi and our partners with exciting opportunities for many years to come. Be in no doubt Kambi is well positioned both in the US and globally and I look forward to a prosperous 2020.”


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