Sports betting provider Kambi has confirmed that it will work with DraftKings to deliver sports wagering services in the state of New Hampshire.
Earlier this week, the New Hampshire Executive Council voted to approve the state lottery’s decision to award DraftKings an exclusive contract to operate sports betting.
Kambi finished second to DraftKings in mobile rankings for the request for proposal (RFP) process, but has now said that it will support DraftKings in delivering sports wagering services in the Granite State.
“With the DraftKings and Kambi sportsbooks ranking ahead of the competition in the New Hampshire RFP, Kambi is ready to support our partner’s entry into the Granite State and we look forward to delivering engaging sports betting experiences to its players,” a Kambi spokesperson told iGB North America.
Kambi has been working with DraftKings on sports betting in the US for over a year now, having signed an initial deal in July 2018 to operate a sportsbook for New Jersey’s Resorts Atlantic City casino.
In August of this year, the two parties extended this agreement to cover a further eight states, including Colorado, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and West Virginia.