Tribal gaming is a vital component of the US gaming industry, accounting for over half of total casino revenue across the nation. And with sports betting spreading across the US, tribal operators have an opportunity to surf the wave of gaming expansion sweeping the country.
With 574 federally recognised tribes, according to the National Indian Gaming Commission, and legal betting either live or soon to be live in 36 states, there is a huge opportunity to grow revenue and gaming’s contribution to tribal communities.
This poses the question: How can operators harness this potentially huge new revenue stream?
As one of the first movers in US sports betting, Kambi has significant experience working with tribal operators, ensuring sports betting can complement the core casino operations.
Thanks to early adopters working with Kambi, it can provide a best practice guide for tribal operators looking to expand into sports betting. On April 26th we talked to early adopters, explaining how they have successfully integrated mobile and on-premise betting into their customer journey.
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