FSB can now launch its sports betting and igaming services in South Dakota after receiving regulatory approval from the South Dakota Commission on Gaming (SDCG).
Following the successful application, FSB can offer its sports wagering services to partners in the Deadwood city area and is aiming to go live in the state in the coming weeks.
The sports betting services supplier will help its operator partners in South Dakota to “carefully curate the exact sports betting experience required for their player base” through its proprietary omnichannel sportsbook.
“This exciting news is another strong step forward for FSB in North America and continues the rapid momentum we’ve enjoyed in the region in 2022,” commented Dave McDowell, Chief Executive Officer at FSB.
“The smooth approval from the SDCG pays a huge tribute to the quality of our technology, services, and people and as a true tier one global supplier puts us in a strong position to play a leading role in South Dakota and other key regulated global markets in the months and years ahead.”
Last month, FSB confirmed the appointment of Lisa Waterfield as its Director of Sales, North America.
Waterfield has spent the last two years as a Business Development Consultant for FSB. Through her promotion, she will ‘play a pivotal full-time role’ in leading the supplier’s momentum in North America.
In her new role, Waterfield will continue FSB’s North American expansion, which so far includes partnerships in several US states and license approval in the newly regulated Ontario market.