Sportradar Providing Pearl River Resort with Trading and Risk Management Services In Addition to Industry-Leading U.S. Data Package
CHOCTAW, MS and NEW YORK, NY — Sportradar, the global provider of sports betting and sports entertainment products and services, today announced a comprehensive sports betting partnership with Pearl River Resort. Owned and operated by the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians (MBCI), Pearl River Resort was the first tribal-owned sportsbook to go live in the U.S. market post-PASPA.
Under the terms of the deal, Sportradar is providing Pearl River Resort with access to its Managed Trading Services (MTS) for trading and risk management, pre-match betting services, and live betting services.
“Sportradar is delighted to partner with Pearl River Resort as it continues to expand its offering,” said Neale Deeley, Vice President of U.S. Sales and Gaming, Sportradar. “Pearl River is in a fantastic position for growth, and we are confident that our partnership will be a critical part of their evolution and will benefit their customers.”
With access to Sportradar’s products and services, Pearl River Resort will have the ability to bolster its existing trading and risk management efforts, extend its strong content offering, and provide a number of new in-play betting opportunities to its customer-base.
“Our goal is to deliver the best possible sports betting experience for our guests,” said Chris Hopwood, Director of Sportsbook for Pearl River Resort. “This partnership will allow us to be competitive with the biggest names in the sportsbook industry.”
“Partnering with Sportradar is the natural progression for the evolution of our successful sportsbook.” said Neal Atkinson, Director of Gaming for Pearl River Resort. “Having access to the leading provider of sports data along with MTS will allow us to continue to differentiate and tailor our risk management and trading philosophies. It will also allow us to enhance our service offerings as we have been a resource and are beginning to collaborate with other tribes looking to replicate what we have accomplished.”