Sportradar has a new client on the roster after beating out other contenders to earn a contract with Caribbean Cage. The Caribbean-based operator has a presence in several markets including Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, St. Maarten, and Guayana in South America.
As part of the agreement, Caribbean Cage will use Sportradar’s ORAKO player account management (PAM) system. The deal also included Sportradar’s managed trading services (MTS) to enhance standard and in-game betting options.
“Sportradar has a strong track record of collaborating with operators to establish new betting offerings that are dynamic and engage customers deeply. Combined with the advanced technological capabilities of the ORAKO solution, Sportradar is best positioned to partner with Caribbean CAGE and deliver a customizable sportsbook offering that enhances the sports betting experience for a diverse customer base across the region,” said Jacob Lopez, Senior Vice President Managed Sportsbook Services at Sportradar.
“CAGE Sports will deliver a world-class product to the benefit of small businesses throughout the region. Our customers will also benefit by having access to both retail and digital solutions to wager on their sport of choice. We see sports betting as a big part in the growth of our company. Having Sportradar as our partner creates tremendous value and will assist us in delivering a world-class sports betting experience,” added CAGE Companies Chairman and CEO Robert B Washington.
Caribbean Cage was founded in 2004 and its current board consists of Washington and Robert L Johnson, who is perhaps best known for founding Black Entertainment Television (BET) before forming The RLJ Companies, which include lodging and automotive wings in addition to Caribbean Cage.