Sporting Solutions, the B2B software and data services division of the Sporting Index Group, today announces that it is significantly extending its coverage of baseball for the 2012 MLB season.
US sports are particularly popular with Sporting Solutions’ growing list of partners and approximately 45 MLB matches will be covered in play each week. Sporting Solutions will be providing fixed-odds prices for 25 markets on these baseball games in real time together with updated scores and other match facts.
The extended range of markets on offer will range from match odds to handicap betting to total match and team runs, as well as individual innings runs and innings winner.
Ronnie Whelan, Business Development Director of Sporting Solutions, comments: “The demand for US sports continues to grow, and many more punters are now betting in-play on these sports. As we did with the start of the NFL, NBA and NHL seasons, we have significantly extended our baseball coverage and we expect this to prove very popular with our existing and prospective partners.”
Sporting Solutions is already firmly established as the pre-eminent provider of trading services to the global sports betting industry, covering the full betting lifecycle including event creation, pre-match and in-play pricing, and resulting.
It enables bookmakers to outsource and automate in-play pricing on 22 sports and its US sports coverage – which also includes basketball (college and major league), American football (college and major league) and ice hockey – is unmatched by any other supplier.
All Sporting Solutions’ data services are available through a single point of integration to its ground-breaking cloud-based Global Trading Platform, which also delivers trading software tools on demand. Sporting Solutions is the first B2B sportsbook pricing and trading services supplier to fully embrace cloud computing.
A burgeoning list of partner operators includes William Hill, ToteSport, Skybet, Centrebet and Blue Square. Sporting Index was Sporting Solutions’ first customer.