888 Holdings Sing Multi-Year Extension with Kambi

Publish: 02.08.2017

It’s another piece of great news for 888 Holding as the company reports a 16% turnover boost in the second quarter of 2017.

888 Continue with Kambi

Industry’s leading gaming operators – 888casino – have now extended their deal with Kambi, a B2B provider of online services to licensed operators, who will continue to supply 888 with its premium services.

Kambi and 888 shook hands on a new multi-year agreement which strengthens the mutual respect between the two companies and enhances the both companies’ aim to push 888sport forward in years to come.

888sport first teamed up with Kambi in 2013 with the UK service provider making an instant impact to 888’s annual sports revenues that had at the time hit $7 million. The 888’s revenues have continued to grow significantly since the partnership had been made and is currently raking up to $52 million, the amount is written in the 2016 report.

A Successful Partnership

Kambi value the 888 deal as an integral source of revenues and expect it to remain as such for a conceivable future.

“This contract extension is proof of the quality, relevance, and stability our scalable Sportsbook offers our customers as we continue to invest to improve the best B2B Sportsbook in the market.”, Kambi CEO, Kristian Nylen, said.

The increase of 888’s revenues has been perceived as a huge validation of Kambi’s sportsbook services and the two companies are looking forward to their future together through this latest agreement.

The newly-penned deal allows 888 to leverage Kambi’s award-winning set of products, which includes its price differentiation tool. This particular feature allows Kambi partners to adjust core payback percentages according to different strategic needs.

Kambi has presented 888 with their Bonus Toolbox as well, which has allowed 888sport to include the Best Odds Guaranteed in their horse racing offer. This move has elevated 888 up to a considerable notch and put it in line with other top bookmakers in the UK.