Connecticut and West Virginia in the Bag for Sportradar

Swiss-based sports data provider, Sportradar, has reportedly announced its attainment of an online gaming supplier license in Connecticut by its US subsidiary and renewal of its online gaming provider license in West Virginia.

With the new Connecticut license, Sportradar can expand its operations and partner with the sports betting platform in the state. With Connecticut in the bag, Sportradar is currently in 20 regulated jurisdictions in the United States.

Connecticut legalized online sports betting in May and launched its iGaming market last month after the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) gave its final approval for online gaming operations to the Mohegan and Mashantucket Pequot tribes, as well as the Connecticut Lottery Corp. West Virginia, however, has been granting licenses to iGaming companies to operate in its jurisdiction since 2018 after becoming the 5th state to legalize online betting in the United States.

Sportradar confirms its status as one of the highly trusted companies providing gaming products and services to iGaming agencies and sports betting operators across the United States and beyond with both licenses in its fold.

Arne Rees - CEO of Sportradar US

Sportradar is committed to providing our clients the highest quality sports data and services. As sports betting legalization accelerates in the US, strong and transparent data will help govern the growing industry expansion in a sustainable and ethical manner.

Arne ReesCEO of Sportradar US

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