Predicting Online Sports Betting Platform Launched

Published Tuesday, October 20, 2015 -
Predicting Online Sports Betting Platform Launched

Although guaranteed accurate information about the future is in many cases impossible, prediction can be useful to assist in making plans about possible developments in any given situation. The term "prediction" is often used to refer to an informed guess or opinion and it is certainly big business when it comes to gambling online or off. Bringing together all available past and current data, as a basis to develop reasonable expectations about the future is a staple in the world of sport betting. Now a new trading platform has been launched that allows customers of sports betting products utilize high end data and analysis in the sports predictions sector.

Stratagem Technologies is a financial technology company that does cutting-edge research, and analysis, creating trading tools for the sports trading market. The focus of the firm’s move to sports trading is to provide a viable alternative asset class that is accepted within risk-managed investment portfolios. The new platform offers qualitative and quantitative match data. The platform StrataBet boosts insight by allowing bettors to access quality research, as well as millions of data points.  Markets available on the platform be made up of 15 European football competitions, with more sports products introduced next year.

Founder and CEO of Stratagem, Andreas Koukorinis, commented, “We aim to catalyse a technological revolution and be trend-setters in sports trading. We would like to become an investment bank for the industry with scaled trading and asset management and a self-sustained research division. StrataBet is a one-stop destination that marries relevant, proprietary sports data with expert analysis, before linking users with betting exchanges and bookmakers.” Koukorinis continued,  “StrataBet fills that gap and will ensure that a wager on the weekend’s football becomes less of a gamble and more of an investment.”



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