ISI Sports is poised to oversee more than 100 sportsbooks within US and International casinos. If you want to own shares in a sportsbook, now is your chance!

We're redefining the usual startup financing model which leans heavily on venture capital. Embracing inclusivity, our Community Round is designed to be open for investment by everyone

| Share Price: $1.44 | Minimum Investment: $1,000.80 | Offering Period: April 22, 2024 – September 1, 2024 | Target Offering Amount of $24,999.84 to a Maximum Amount of $119,786.40 Shares of common stock

  • Opportunity

Race and Sportsbook Turn-key Solutions!

Over the next few years, more than 200 US Tribal casinos are slated to incorporate sportsbooks into their casinos, along with over 50 commercial casinos. ISI holds a notable edge in being selected as the turn-key sportsbook provider for these casinos. Presently, ISI caters to 32 casinos with its services, and we anticipate that by 2026, this number could increase to as many as 100 casinos utilizing our services.
  • Market
In 2021-22, companies invested over $20B in sports betting acquisitions and partnerships. The global sports betting market size grew from $96.84 billion in 2022 to $104.78 billion in 2023 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.2% (*source: Fortune Business Insights).

Strategic deals are shaping the U.S. market.

Global Sports Betting Market Size


2022 Market Size


2023 Est. Market Size

$10.92B in revenue for 2023, according to Doug Greenberg of
USD 231.2 Billion by 2032
Source: Fortune Business Insights and Acumen Research and Consulting
  • Use of Funds
Below is the intended breakdown of uses of proceeds from this offering.


Capital Expenditures


Working Capital


Capital Reserve

Capital Expenditures

In the upcoming years, ISI plans to procure and distribute up to 1,000 sportsbook kiosks. Smaller casinos are projected to purchase between 2 to 4 kiosks each, whereas larger casinos are expected to acquire 4 to 12 kiosks. Consequently, ISI must ensure ample inventory availability to accommodate these impending orders.

Working Capital

This category includes expenditures on salaries and wages, legal and accounting fees for planned public offering, other professional service fees and travel.

Capital Reserve

As ISI expands, it will require capital reserves both to fuel growth and meet regulatory requirements. ISI garners a share of the winnings or losses from every sports event wagered on. While there is typically an overall profit at the end of the year, fluctuations in monthly outcomes could result in losses. To cover its share of potential losses, ISI must maintain capital reserves. Furthermore, there will be lucrative investment prospects, such as establishing a sportsbook room within a casino. Securing these opportunities will necessitate capital reserves. Lastly, obtaining licensing in each specific casino mandates demonstrating adequate capital reserves to be granted the license.

  • Product - ISI Sports Stand Kiosk

Efficient for any size casino or race track, including those with smaller budgets, limited space and/or personnel. The ISports Stand Fully automated Sportsbook kiosk is a perfect solution for any operator looking to automate its Sportsbook quickly and accept real time wagering 24/7.

The self-service kiosk is capable of bringing your race and Sportsbook onto the main casino floor. Simply place the kiosk near bars, gaming pits, slots machines, casino cage, or any high-traffic area. Don’t make your customers hunt for the Race & Sportsbook – this kiosk, with its integrated bill acceptor, brings the Race & Sportsbook to your customer!

Fully automated Sportsbook writer Takes up only 3ft by 3ft per unit. Eliminates the need for additional employees or expensive remodeling

Multi-lingual * Never calls in sick * Open 24/7

  • Full access to all sports propositions and pari-mutuel horse racing
  • (Optional) Secondary monitor displays events and current lines
  • ADA compliant
  • Thermal receipt printer
  • 20″ touchsystems resistive touch screen
  • An Intel® Celeron® 3855U Processor, Windows
  • Provides tools for easy compliance with currency transaction reports and book wagering reports
  • Quantity discounts are available
  • Multi Service doors
  • Double locked bill validator
  • 20″ LCD
  • Founding Team

We're a team of geeks, developers, bookmakers, and entrepreneurs who love sports betting!

Bill Stearns

Co-Founder, President & Chairman of the Board

Bill, one of the co-founders of ISI in 1999, presently acts as the President and Chairman of the Board. Before his involvement with ISI, Bill garnered experience in the food and beverage sector as the co-owner of Chillers, boasting eight restaurants spread across the United States. He also held the positions of Director of Sales and Co-owner at Travaco Management Systems, a travel management software firm. Bill is an alumnus of the Georgia Institute of Technology, holding a B.S. in Management Science with the highest honors in marketing.

Ernest Matthews

Co-Founder & Vice President

Ernest, a co-founder of ISI in 1999, presently holds the position of Vice President at ISI and serves as the President of ISI Maritime. He is a member of the International Masters of Gaming Law, where he previously won its President’s Award. Before his tenure at ISI, Ernest owned Matthews International, a consulting firm focusing on joint ventures and strategic alliances. Prior to this role, Ernest worked with highly acclaimed legal practices, McKay, Chadwell & Matthews, and Hacker Matthews, both of which held AV ratings. Ernest is an alumnus of Vanderbilt University and Vanderbilt University Law School.

Ken Bradway


Ken came on board at ISI in 2007 and now holds the position of Controller. With an impressive background spanning over 45 years in race and sports, Ken's journey commenced at Autotote. Here, he honed his skills in liaising with regulatory agencies, implementing sportsbook systems, providing training, and establishing financial controls. In 1995, Autotote transitioned into Computerized Bookmaking Services (CBS), where Ken took charge of operations until 2006. Under his stewardship, CBS garnered a remarkable 92% market share of all backend sportsbook systems in NV before its acquisition by William Hill. Additionally, Ken held the role of General Manager for SGI's sportsbook division.

Darren Bradway

CFO & Head of Risk Management

After completing a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a focus on Accounting from UNLV in December 2020, I went on to earn my Master of Science in Accounting from the same institution in 2022. Starting my journey with ISI Ltd. in November 2017 as tech support, I progressed to a role in risk management by February 2020. In December 2022, while working towards my CPA licensing, I assumed the role of CFO and Head of Risk Management for ISI. Throughout 2021 and into 2022, I continued to serve as a Risk Manager for ISI, with my leadership expanding into the dual role of CFO and Head of Risk Management from December 2022 to the present.

  • Revenue Model

ISI generates revenue through three primary streams. The primary source is the sportsbook turnkey solution, emphasizing technology and odds management. In exchange for these services, ISI receives a share of the casino's winnings and a fixed monthly software fee. Additionally, ISI assists casinos in finding an online solution tailored to their requirements, typically earning a commission from either the casino or the online service provider. A forthcoming revenue stream to be introduced in 2025 is a white-labeled online iGaming platform. Envisioning a trend where most tribal casinos aim to offer their own iGaming app, ISI intends to supply them with a comprehensive turn-key solution for this purpose.

Financial Statements

The company has compiled financial statements that can be found within the Form C offering statement, which should be reviewed by investors prior to making an investment.

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Further information regarding valuation and the terms of the offered securities can be found in the Form C offering statement, which should be reviewed by investors prior to making an investment.

Risk Disclosures

  • In The News
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  • Frequently Asked Questions

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income. Following are the inflation-adjusted investment limits.

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If both your annual income and your net worth are equal to or more
than $124,000, then during any 12-month period, you can invest up to
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