Digital Sports Tech Ladbrokes Coral Team Up

Published Tuesday, September 12, 2017 -
Digital Sports Tech Ladbrokes Coral Team Up

The world of sports depends on the fast relay of information related to game. Given the advantage over the everyday player an online sports book enlists the help of companies that deal exclusively with sport information. The way players can win from time to time is to try to outsmart the operators. Not a simple task for the novice and a difficult one for the professional sports statistics can be confusing.

One company that provides business to business solutions to the sports betting industry is Digital Sports Tech. Utilizing an integrated fast and seamless plug & play technology the firm prides itself on the fact that there is there is no comparable product in the segment. Based around player proposition commonly known as prop bets, players are able to create and customise their own wagers.

Last May Digital Sports Tech partnered with Betradar to offer up to six different markets or performance conditions for each player and statistic combination.

Executive director of Digital Sports Tech, Ari Lewski, said then, “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.”

Now in September only a few months later that statement is being realized with the announcement that Ladbrokes Coral has expanded its partnership with Digital Sports Tech to launch combined match and player specials markets.

Launched just in time for the beginning of the Premier League season, these markets include Digital’s proprietary player props, as well as same-game accumulators, which integrate the props and the most popular match components, such as win, draw, win in over, and under total goals. 

The Digital Sports Tech’s  Lewski commented, “Ladbrokes Coral are known for their innovative approach and have seen the value in offering these types of markets; not only to boost revenues but also acquire the next generation of customers and keep ahead of the curve.”



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