Continent 8 Technologies enters North Carolina’s online sports betting market

Continent 8 Technologies enters North Carolina’s online sports betting market

Continent 8 Technologies, an Isle of Man-based online gaming infrastructure & hosting services provider, has officially announced its debut in North Carolina. With its official debut in North Carolina, Continent 8 Technologies will be able to supply local operators with its high-tech gaming solutions. The company has announced its entry into the gaming market of North Carolina just before the official opening of the state’s regulated market for legal online sports betting, which is scheduled take place in the early part of 2024.

When asked for a comment on Continent 8 Technologies’ North Carolina debut, Chief Product Officer (CPO) Justin Cosnett said in a statement that the company continued to be aggressive with its first-to-market approach in the North American country because it’s vital for operators to access the infrastructure solutions they need ahead of the market’s opening early next year. Cosnett stressed that the company’s high-tech solutions would enable gaming companies to perform well from the very first day.

Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) Nick Nally went on to claim that Continent 8 Technologies’ unrivalled experience and regulatory knowledge was the key to deploying the first-to-market approach in the U.S.

Speaking on the topic, Nally said, “North Carolina will be a significant online sports betting market and is one that we know our customers have set their sights on. We can now offer our suite of iGaming hosting, connectivity, cloud and security solutions to these operators who can be confident they are fully compliant with the requirements set by the regulator.”

Continent 8 Technologies is not only known for its capability for the aforementioned first-to-market approach but also for its consummate regulatory experience as well as superior solutions suite. The company’s these capabilities are enough to understand why it emerged as the infrastructure supplier of top choice for roughly 85 per cent of gaming operators in the 2023 EGR U.S. Power Rankings.

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper paved the way for legal online sports betting in the state by signing House Bill 347 (HB 347) in June this year. The HB 347 permits a maximum of twelve sportsbooks to operate and provide mobile/online betting services to gambling enthusiasts in the state. In addition, the state will continue to have three land-based tribal sportsbooks, thanks to existing law.

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