Kambi Group has entered into a multi-year agreement with player account management platform Ondiss in Argentina.
Under the terms of the deal, Kambi will provide its sportsbook technology and services to at least three operators – BetWarrior, Casino Magic, and Casino Club – on the Ondiss network in the country. More operators can be added in the future as well.
Over the next few months, the new agreement will grow Kambi’s presence in Argentina from three provinces to as many as 10, expanding into the country’s second-most populous province of Córdoba, as well as other provinces where the regulatory framework provides the local operator with exclusivity.
“The Latin American market continues to hold great promise for Kambi, so I am delighted to sign this exclusive agreement with Ondiss to support these visionary operators across Argentina,” commented Kristian Nylén, CEO and Co-Founder of Kambi.
Kambi has previously partnered with both Casino Magic and BetWarrior. It launched with Casino Magic in Neuquén province in Q1 2021, before going live in Argentina with BetWarrior in Q4 2021, becoming the first sportsbook provider to operate in both Buenos Aires City and Buenos Aires Province post regulation.
Nylén added: “BetWarrior and Casino Magic have proven fantastic partners for Kambi since going live and we look forward to working with the two brands, as well as Casino Club, even more closely as they look to build on their already strong position in the market.”
Santiago Gándara, Chief Marketing Officer at BetWarrior, stated: “This new agreement strengthens the successful relationship we have shared with Kambi since the launch of BetWarrior and will empower us to continue reinforcing our leadership in Argentina through the different brands and products that we operate together.”
Partnering with Kambi for the first time, Casino Club operates several on-property casino venues throughout Argentina. It will launch a Kambi-powered sportsbook in Misiones province later this year.
Last month, Kambi noted it is not slowing down on its expansion across Latin America, with Nylén highlighting the country of Brazil as a “big focus” in the company’s Q2 earnings call.