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Spiffx enters African market with Cheza Gaming

Lennart Gillberg 2016 & Cheza Gaming

Spiffx has entered the African market after signing a deal to launch its B2B white label product, Take5Live, on regional sports betting and gaming operator Cheza Gaming. As a first step for the partnership, Take5Live, a game based on Spiffx market activity that allows customers to place bets on there being a goal within the next five minutes, will be …

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Chelsea defence secures In-Play support on Spiffx

Chelsea - Copyright: pal2iyawit / 123RF Stock Photo

The increased faith that punters have in Chelsea, and their ability to hold on to a 1-0 lead, has been emphasised by the latest set of In-Play data released by Spiffx. Back in August against West Ham, Antonio Conte’s side held a 1-0 lead for half an hour at Stamford Bridge but attracted only a 0.13% increase on the 85% …

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Lennart Gillberg – Spiffx – What 2016 meant to me

Lennart Gillberg 2016 & Cheza Gaming

SBC News caught up with Spiffx founder Lennart Gillberg to reflect on an eventful 2016 in the sports betting industry, and a breakthrough year for his betting exchange company. Favourite Memory of 2016 Launching the first version of the Take5Live app during Euro 2016. Take5Live is an engaging game based on Spiffx market activity that allows customers to place bets on …

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Spiffx launches Take5Live product on Cardinal House and 21Bet

Stockholm listed betting exchange Spiffx has signed a joint venture agreement with leading Australian operator Cardinal House to roll out Take5Live and Spiffindex to the Australian and Asian market. Take5Live is an engaging game based on Spiffx market activity that allows customers to place bets on there being a goal within the next five minutes at pre-determined odds. Spiffindex is …

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Pre-play figures on Spiffx highlight United’s poor league form

For this week’s Spiffx update, we look at three of the Premier League title favourites from the start of the season, and see how their pre-play odds have changed since the opening week of action. Starting with Arsenal, who opened their league campaign at home to Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool. Spiffx punters were understandably cautious (41.77%) about backing the home team given …

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Giroud strikes late for the Gunners to defy the odds on Spiffx

Jose Mourinho has labelled Manchester United the ‘unluckiest team in the Premier League’. This feeling is probably echoed by many players on Spiffx this week, and certainly those who backed the home team to beat Arsenal at odds of 3.60 shortly before Juan Mata’s opening goal last Saturday. The odds dropped to 1.09 as the Reds held on to the lead …

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In-form Sanchez ready to reward away supporters on Spiffx

On Saturday, Jose Mourinho will resume his fierce rivalry with Arsene Wenger, as his Manchester United side look to close a six-point gap between themselves in sixth and the fourth placed Gunners. Given the inconsistency shown by United in recent weeks, and the fact that Arsenal remain unbeaten since losing at home to Liverpool on the opening day of the …

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Harry Kane fails to convince Spiffx punters on Spurs return

Despite their unbeaten start to the Premier League season, and the return to fitness of star striker Harry Kane, Spurs failed to convince punters on Spiffx during the North London derby at the Emirates. Mauricio Pochettino’s side started the match with only 10% of the backing, a figure that dropped to 2.68% in-play, even though Kane brought them level with …

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Spiffx – In-Play backing for the top four on the road

On a weekend which saw the top four teams record comfortable away victories, it was no surprise to see that a huge majority of punters on Spiffx backed the favourites in-play. However, it was a surprise that 38.71% of players favoured a Sunderland win over Arsenal in the pre-play market. Arsene Wenger’s side are unbeaten since an opening day 4-3 …

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SpiffX data shows punters flow back for familiar faces

The evidence from the betting on the early rounds of the English Premier League would suggest that the punters have a renewed faith in the chances of previous league winners Chelsea and Manchester United following the appointments of new managers at both. Antonio Conte’s move to Chelsea from Juventus has been widely welcomed by Chelsea fans, and the evidence from …

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