Rush Street Interactive and Kambi plc have extended their partnership, which sees the latter provide the operator’s online and mobile sportsbook platform.
The renewal of the deal ensures that Kambi’s sportsbook engine will continue to be integrated into RSI’s online platforms to support its growth in existing and new markets over the next several years.
RSI operates its BetRivers online sportsbooks platform in 15 states across the US whilst having a presence across the rest of the Americas following launches in Canada, Colombia, and Mexico.
Most recently, RSI took its BetRivers sportsbook into the newly regulated market of Ohio, which has seen success so far, topping the amount of betting transactions in New York in its opening weekend, according to data from GeoComply.
RSI first partnered with Kambi back in 2018 following the repeal of PASPA, and since then the Malta-based firm has supported all of its market entries with its sportsbook platform.
The renewal comes at a positive time for Kambi after its share price took a fall last week following the news that Fanatics selected Amelco to power its online sportsbook platform.
Kristian Nylén, Kambi CEO and Co-Founder, said: “RSI was the first US-based operator we partnered with post-PASPA, and it has been fantastic to witness RSI become one of the leading online gaming players in the Americas.
“This contract extension ensures Kambi’s sportsbook will continue to complement RSI’s proprietary technology and platform, which together will provide the basis for even greater success in the future.“