Penn National aims to become "tier-one sportsbook" with proprietary front-end

Penn’s head of sportsbook Scot McClintic tells EGR the casino giant has hired the “best of the best” engineering talent

Penn National will build a proprietary front-end for its forthcoming sportsbook, with the firm pledging to build an “intuitive and simple” product focused on recreational bettors. The casino operator last week announced a sportsbook platform partnership with Kambi but told EGR it was building its new front-end to avoid another “me-too” product. “We are approaching the market in a…

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