SIS offers round-the-clock content with new streaming channels

SIS offers round-the-clock content with new streaming channels

Monday, September 17, 2018 Posted by News Team
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24/7 Live Betting Channels features horse racing from around the world alongside dog racing, number games and virtual sports

Sports Information Services (SIS) has launched a new service that aims to offer betting operators around the world content at any time of day. 

The new 24/7 Live Betting Channels service provides a range of online and retail content, tailored to each client’s needs. 

This will include live horse and greyhound racing, alongside virtual racing content, and number games. This includes exclusive UK and Irish horse racing, as well as international racing from Dubai, Latin America, Mauritius and Korea, complemented by UK and Irish dog racing. 

The channels are delivered in a ‘watch and bet’ format, meaning customers do not need to place a bet in order to watch the content, helping drive engagement. 

The service is supported by a range of supporting assets including live streamed pictures, racing data, on-screen graphics and betting triggers, and a range of markets and pricing. Clients may also personalise the content by adding their branding to the 24/7 Live Betting Channels service.

“SIS is the only supplier offering a 24-hour betting channels service, our 24/7 Live Betting Channels provide desirable and profitable content for bookmakers, with a betting event every 3 minutes, including pictures, data and prices,” SIS product director Paul Witten said.

“The channels are ideal for bettors across the globe looking for quick and easy betting opportunities at times which suit them.”

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