Kambi Group Partners with WarHorse Gaming for On-Property Sportsbook in Nebraska
Kambi Group plc, a trusted global sports betting partner, has entered into an on-property sportsbook partnership with WarHorse Gaming, LLC, a division of Ho-Chunk, Inc. and a commercial entity regulated by the Nebraska Racing Gaming Commission.
Under this long-term agreement, WarHorse Gaming will introduce the first sportsbook in Nebraska, with an initial launch at WarHorse Casino Lincoln scheduled in the coming weeks. Additionally, a second launch is planned for WarHorse Casino Omaha in 2024.
At WarHorse Casino Lincoln, the Kambi sportsbook will complement 400 state-of-the-art slot machines and offer simulcast and live thoroughbred racing. Both WarHorse properties will benefit from Kambi’s premium on-property sportsbook technology, including the Kambi kiosk, Bring Your Own Device functionality, and the award-winning Bet Builder product.
The launch of Nebraska’s inaugural sportsbook underscores Kambi’s reputation as a leader in facilitating market-first launches, thanks to its regulatory expertise and successful track record in the United States and worldwide.
This partnership between Kambi Group and WarHorse Gaming brings together the industry expertise and commitment to innovation, ensuring an exceptional sports betting experience for customers at WarHorse Casino Lincoln and WarHorse Casino Omaha in Nebraska.
Kristian Nylén, Kambi Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder said, “We are delighted to sign this partnership with WarHorse Gaming to provide leading on-property sports betting solutions to the operator’s properties in the state of Nebraska.
“As sports betting continues to expand across the US, we are proud to launch the first sportsbook in Nebraska and to power another market-first for one of our partners.”
Lance Morgan, CEO of Ho-Chunk, Inc. commented, “WarHorse is excited to partner with Kambi to launch Nebraska’s first sportsbook. Kambi’s industry-leading platform will enhance the gaming experience WarHorse offers for our guests.”