Sportradar Solutions LLC, the US betting subsidiary of sports technology company Sportradar Group AG, has received an online gaming service provider license in Connecticut and has renewed its sports wagering supplier license in West Virginia.
Sportradar now holds 20 licenses at the state and tribal levels in the US, providing its data and services to a wide range of clients operating within these jurisdictions, as well as ensuring transparency, integrity, and accurate sports data to state-run sports betting and gaming agencies.
Arne Rees, Sportradar US CEO, said: “Sportradar is committed to providing our clients the highest quality sports data and services. As sports betting legalization accelerates in the US, strong and transparent data will help govern the growing industry expansion in a sustainable and ethical manner.
“These licenses underscore Sportradar’s commitment to the US market, our leadership in integrity, and the value of our products and services.”
Both Connecticut and West Virginia have passed legislation allowing bettors to place wagers in retail locations and through online sportsbooks. West Virginia officially launched sports betting in August 2018, while Connecticut launched retail and online betting in October 2021.
Last month, Sportradar agreed to provide its Managed Trading Service to FansUnite, which includes pre-match betting services, live odds, and betting stimulation services.