Commencing later in May, 10Bet will now supply its customers with a vast new array of live sports streams on their online platform. Signing up to Betradar’s Live Channel Online service will provide bookmakers with access to over 30,000 live events annually.
The live channel portfolio offers sports streams encompassing football, tennis basketball and more from all corners of the globe from Germany, Italy, Greece and China on mobile and desk top devices.
All streams offered to customers are overlaid with comprehensive live data and odds, pushing interest in in-play bets across the portfolio.
Managing Director of 10Bet, David Bazak stated: “We’re very happy to have partnered with Betradar, which is now supplying us with a superb range of major sports around the clock.
“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.”
Sportradar’s Sales Director Lorenzo Caci added: “We are very pleased to have sealed this partnership with 10Bet. We are confident that our Live Channel Online will strengthen their portfolio significantly, providing their customers online with great live coverage.
“I have no doubt that the website’s profile in the market will go from strength to strength.”
Betradar is a brand of Sportradar, a global leader in understanding and leveraging the power of sports data and digital content for its clients around the world. Founded in 2001, Betradar is today a key player in the industry. Betradar also has well-known partners to go along with their extensive client list. The Swiss supplier partners with one of the biggest names in the world of tennis, the International Tennis Federation (ITF) as well as the International Basketball Federation (IBF), World Snooker (the governing body of professional snooker), and the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC), one of two premier professional darts associations.
Their operating activities include the collection, processing, monitoring and commercialisation of sports data – culminating in a diverse portfolio of sports-related live data and digital content.
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