BETDAQ launches ‘next-level’ commercial API

Sports betting exchange BETDAQ has announced the launch of its ‘next-level’ API service, available to commercial partners which automatically provides ‘instant market pricing information’.

Updating stakeholders, BETDAQ redevelops its API capabilities, eliminating the need for ‘customers to pull the data via manual requests’.

The improved API is constantly maintained and can be tailored to customers ‘tailored selections’, minimising work for client development teams.

“Full connection to BETDAQ’s ultra-reliable Commercial API feed allows sportsbook operators to take advantage of automated risk management and hedging.

The platform processes 18 billion orders annually and has gone a record 500+ days without an unplanned outage.” BETDAQ details in its corporate release.

Furthermore, BETDAQ details that its commercial clients will gain a significant advantage in establishing market prices, due to data pulled from its platform’s growing liquidity, boosted by the success of its permanent switch to a 2% commission structure.

Alan Casey, BETDAQ Commercial Manager, said: “The launch of Streaming API takes the BETDAQ Commercial API feed to the next level, ensuring further efficiencies as well as a greater reduction in overheads and resource requirements for our sportsbook partners.

“The successful introduction of 2% commission has been responsible for a marked uplift in trading volumes that has resulted in improved prices and ever-increasing liquidity levels. There has never been a better time to become a Commercial API partner.”

 

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