Mark Blandford: US market still needs sports betting expertise from outside

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In this interview with CalvinAyre.com’s Becky Liggero, Mark Blandford of FSB Technology explains why the lifting of the U.S. federal ban on sports betting presents big B2B opportunities for UK and European operators.

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ABOUT FSB

London-based FSB (www.fsbtech.com) has created the industry’s most scalable, flexible, and efficient sports betting platform. Utilised by operators on four continents, its modern technology is designed for the demands of live betting and a fragmented regulatory landscape, providing light physical deployments backed by centralised control systems. Available as a fully-managed service or an Enterprise solution, the system allows partners to use FSB’s software platform to run their own business the way they want. Their sportsbook platform comes with a complementary gaming platform, that can also be deployed as a stand-alone solution. This provides brands with everything they need to run a responsible gaming business, complete with social responsibility tools, casino integrations, bonusing tools, segmentation, and data analyticsLondon-based FSB (www.fsbtech.com) has created the industry’s most scalable, flexible, and efficient sports betting platform. Utilised by operators on four continents, its modern technology is designed for the demands of live betting and a fragmented regulatory landscape, providing light physical deployments backed by centralised control systems. Available as a fully-managed service or an Enterprise solution, the system allows partners to use FSB’s software platform to run their own business the way they want. Their sportsbook platform comes with a complementary gaming platform, that can also be deployed as a stand-alone solution. This provides brands with everything they need to run a responsible gaming business, complete with social responsibility tools, casino integrations, bonusing tools, segmentation, and

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