Sports technology company Sportradar, via its US betting subsidiary, Sportradar Solutions LLC, announced Thursday that it has received a Sports Wagering Service Provider Provisional Certification for the state of Kansas.
In a press release, the company stated that Sportradar now holds 40 licenses, or equivalent, in North America across US states, territories, tribes, and Canada, providing its data and services to a wide range of clients operating within these jurisdictions, “in order to ensure transparency, integrity and that the most accurate sports data is being delivered to sanctioned sports betting and gaming agencies.”
Kansas is the most recent US state to approve sports betting and fully launched retail and online betting on September 8. This launch makes Kansas the second-fastest state behind Iowa to go from legal to live since PASPA was overturned in 2018. It is also the third state this year to go live with online sports betting after New York and Louisiana.
Back in May, Sportradar appointed Michael Gandolfo as Group Head of Regional Sales, to oversee the company’s North American sales team and report to North America CEO Arne Rees.