Exclusive access to premium content will be offered by NetBet through its extended partnership with integrated sportsbook content provider, Sports Information Services (SIS). This partnership will enhance the operator’s B2C and B2B business to produce optimal results for the whole business.
Peter Camden, head of sportsbook at NetBet, says that greyhound racing has already proven to be a huge hit and extending the partnership with SIS “makes strategic sense for future growth of the business as it will help to increase customers to engage in around 65,000 live racing events a year”.
Global operator NetBet will supply premium and exclusive racing events to customers in the UK, Ireland, Canada, Dubai, Germany Hungary Mauritius, Spain, Saudi Arabia, LatAm and the US. Its head office is in Malta. The additional content will include live steaming of events, live pictures, additional data and onscreen graphics betting triggers, prices and derivatives. This new partnership will provide 24/7 round-the-clock content with betting opportunities every three minutes.
Dave Richardson, commercial manager at SIS, said: “We have enjoyed a great relationship with NetBet and are delighted to be strengthening our partnership through this new deal”.
SIS was founded in 1985 and provides 24/7 live betting channels offer an end-to-end solution from production to content that include live-streamed pictures, data, on-screen graphics with betting triggers, prices and derivatives.
NetBet is an online bookmaker and casino operator specialising in sports betting. It was granted a European licence from Malta in 2006.
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