SBC News SIS agrees broadcast deal with Doncaster and Harlow

SIS agrees broadcast deal with Doncaster and Harlow

SIS has announced a deal with Doncaster and Harlow greyhound tracks for the exclusive rights to distribute live pictures and data to betting offices and online operators worldwide.

The deal follows up on last week’s SIS announcement to show greyhound racing from Central Park and Henlow Greyhound tracks.

The deal will be seen as a step in the right direction for SIS, after it reportedly lost out to competitor Arena Racing Company on its deal  to acquire Newcastle and Sunderland greyhound racing stadia from William Hill last February.

Product Director at SIS Paul Witton said: “Following our announcement last week of deals with Central Park and Henlow, we are delighted to announce the agreements with Doncaster and Harlow greyhound tracks.

“This is a demonstration of our ongoing commitment to the UK greyhound industry, and to strengthening our greyhound offer for our customers.”

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