Betradar launches Digital Sports Tech ‘Player Props’
Digital Sports Tech has agreed to provide a range of player proposition betting markets to Betradar.
Under the agreement, Betradar will offer ‘Player Props’ on four European club football competitions, as well as the NFL American football league, Major League Baseball, NBA basketball and the AFL Australian rules football league.
The new service will be available to operators around the world, with Betradar to offer up to six different markets or performance conditions for each player and statistic combination.
“Traditionally, offering these kinds of bets and markets has been interesting to operators, but has unfortunately been labour intensive, especially around the setting of odds and the settling of bets,” Betradar’s managing director betting Michael Maerz said.
“Now, working with Digital Sports Tech, we can offer a solution to operators that has emotional appeal for bettors, that attracts a broader church of customers and that will boost their turnover without any additional efforts
Ari Lewski, executive director of Digital Sports Tech, added: “By partnering with a well-respected provider like Betradar, we are now well positioned to really capitalise on the significant growing interest we are seeing globally on player proposition betting markets.”
Meanwhile, Betradar has also agreed a deal to provide live streaming services to 10Bet.
Under the agreement, 10Bet will have access to Betradar’s ‘Live Channel Online’, which offers more than 30,000 live events each year.
Content on offer includes professional football, tennis and basketball events from countries such as Germany, Italy, Greece, Turkey and China, while all streams are overlaid with live data and odds.
David Bazak, managing director of 10Bet, said: “We are very confident that this will prove to be a successful relationship which will benefit both companies to the fullest.
“I’m pleased that we’ve been able to enhance our live offering, providing a full spectrum service to the broadest possible target group
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