SBC News Kambi clears WLA Security certification

Kambi clears WLA Security certification

Updating the market, Nordic Nasdaq-listed European sports betting platform and software supplier Kambi Group Plc (Kambi) has informed that has passed the ‘World Lottery Association Security Control Standard’ certification, underlining its position as the secure choice for both public and private operators.

The‘WLA-SCS certification is granted following a comprehensive audit by WLA officials of Kambi security services and client provisions and procedures.  The certification is a significant step in Kambi’s ongoing mission to offer operators the secure choice in the provision of sports betting services.

Commenting on the update, Kambi CEO Kristian Nylén commented: “Kambi is well-known across the industry for its commitment to the highest levels of compliance and security, and we are pleased to be able to build upon our reputation with this certification.

“Meeting this standard puts Kambi in a strong position to pursue public procurement opportunities in the future, and highlights us as the secure choice for lottery operators looking to add a sports betting component.”

Updating investors, Kambi will continue to strengthen its services and provisons to licensed lottery operators. Last year the firm announced it had signed a MoU with NOVOMATIC Lottery Solutions, with the mission to provide a powerful, full-service gaming solution to government regulated lotteries.

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