LSports breaks through 100K monthly barrier

Provider of innovative API technology to the sports betting industry, LSports has revealed that for the month of January it had 100,000 pre-match betting events available.

Moving forward the group has outlined that with its extended sports coverage, it’s aiming to give sportsbooks the upper hand by maintaining an average of 100,000 pre-match betting events each month, as well as 30,000 in play betting events.

Dotan Lazar, LSports Co-founder commented: “We’re all about breaking barriers – we aim for a new and high standards of excellence, with more sports, more bet types, all in real time. Our pre-match coverage sets a new ceiling for the sports betting data industry, allowing bookmakers to no longer struggle to provide the most attractive and engaging coverage for bettors.”

LSports currently provides wide coverage of betting events spanning across 35 sports worldwide, giving operators a continued advantage by offering events 24 hours a day.

The recent breakthrough follows on from LSports recently releasing its innovative ‘new generation product’ which provides real time settling on pre-match bets. Describing the launch of the product, which aims to expand the offering for operators, Lazar stated: “The importance of an efficient in-play product can’t be understated, the ‘new generation product’ utilises efficient payout times to significantly increase customer retention for operators.

“As well as expanding the markets that are available to punters, with the product offering 30,000 live events per month, including from new sports like chess and sumo wrestling, something that can help operators gain a significant market advantage.”  

Looking ahead, LSports has signalled its intention to “continue setting standards in excellence” revealing that throughout 2018 it will unveil a host of new products to run alongside a wide range of product improvements.

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