Bet on Sports in Philippines Now Easier As Kambi Arrives in Manila

Written by Nick M. on 2011-12-08 at 16:03
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The pool betting subsidiary of Unibet – Kambi Sports Solutions - has just signed a two year agreement with AsianLogic Group, and that means things are about to heat up in Manila.

The deal will see Supertoto and Superscore become available for all who love to bet on sports in Philippines. Kambi states that it will make sure locals forget about those naughty and very similar illegal games and focus on the legal ones. The company entered the Philippine gambling market with plans of further expansion within the Asian Pacific region.

AsianLogic Group operates on a number of Asian markets and is in full compliance with Philippine gambling laws. This will allow Kambi to expand beyond Europe and establish a good standing on the Asian Pacific market.

Kambi was created as a separate subsidiary of Unibet in the beginning of this year. The company’s goal is to become an independent partner to large private operators and to various state lotteries around the globe.

Supertoto and Superscore brands are Kambi pool betting solutions, where customers of online bookmakers including Unibet, Paf, NordicBet and other sportsbooks to create joint pools in order to maximize liquidity. With the new deal online sportsbooks in Philippines can also join the attractive pool.

Online gaming director at AsianLogic-controlled Dafabet, Dimitris Karatzas, commented:"Sports betting is a key area for AsianLogic. By introducing Kambi’s Pool Betting to our existing fixed odds offering, we will be able to provide our customers with a complete Sports Betting experience by giving our customers a chance to win big on small stakes.”

CEO at Kambi Sports Solutions, Kristian Nylen, told Philippines gambling news: “Providing our pool betting products to AsianLogic is an important milestone in Kambi’s history. With AsianLogic, the Kambi network expands into the Asian market, giving players the benefit of the combined liquidity of two of the most attractive gaming markets - Asia and Europe."

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