Online betting exchange Smarkets has targeted breaking into new markets and territories after launching the beta version of its sportsbook app under the working title of SBK.
Almost 50,000 passes and over 160 goals, including 22 penalties, spread across 64 games, a controversial piece of technology and (in the end) a worthy champion, it was indeed a topsy turvy summer, full of drama and excitement, that ultimately saw France prevail as world champions for the second...
In anticipation of the upcoming World Cup in Russia, online betting exchange Smarkets has upgraded and relaunched its proprietary mobile apps for iOS and Android systems.
Breaking down all the week's news into a set of easy to manage figures, this edition features Playtech, Smarkets and Codere...
Smarkets has announced a new partnership with The Jockey Club, which will see the betting exchange sponsor a little over 10% of the firm's 2018 fixtures...
Smarkets is establishing itself as one of the fastest growing companies in the UK, as shown by “lofty finishes” in both the Deloitte Fast 50 and Sunday Times Tech Track 100 lists.
Online betting exchange Smarkets expects to build on its best year in business last year, despite the absence of a major global football tournament in 2017.
Customers on Smarkets traded £6.3 million on the winner market and around £2.5 million for other match markets, as Real Madrid retained their Champions League title in Cardiff.
Although it might have taken something of a back seat over recent years, exchange betting still holds a wealth of opportunities within the betting industry eco-system.
To coincide with a celebration of a record breaking Cheltenham Festival, Smarkets unveiled its two in-house built apps for Android and iOS. We spoke to CEO Jason Trost about this and why they’ve waited until now to launch them.