Sportradar has been licensed to do business in Maryland and Wisconsin. In particular, they are a company who self-described,
“Leading global sports technology company creating immersive experiences for sports fans and bettors.”
Accordingly, its US betting subsidiary, Sportradar Solutions LLC, has a sports wagering contractor license in Maryland and a temporary gaming-related contractor certificate in Wisconsin.
Both states legalized sports wagering in some form this year. Maryland legalized online and retail sports betting, and retail books began taking wagers on Dec. 9. Wisconsin legislators signed a compact with the Oneida Nation on Nov. 30 to allow betting at a casino in Green Bay.
In addition, according to a release, Sportradar now
“Can support all legal sportsbook operators in those states. In total, Sportradar now holds 26 licenses at the state and tribal levels in the U.S.”
Said Arne Rees, Sportradar US CEO:
“Sportradar is constantly looking for opportunities to expand offerings for its partners and customers and, from a betting standpoint, that starts with securing state licenses in key states like Maryland and Wisconsin, which have multiple professional sports teams, as well as very passionate fanbases. These licenses further Sportradar’s leadership position in the US and allow us to grow these new markets with our best-in-class data, products, and services, all backed by the highest levels of integrity.”
Sportradar expanded business and prestige in December
It’s been a newsy few weeks for the Swiss company. On Dec. 14, SBC named Sportradar CEO Carsten Koerl a “Leader of the Year” after going public on the NASDAQ.
Furthermore, Betradar, a Sportradar brand, claims these named titles:
- Platform Provider of the Year
- Best Sports Data Product
- Best Livestreaming Product/Supplier earlier
Additionally, Koerl was among the Sports Business Journal’s annual list of ‘The Most Influential People in Sports Business.’