Betradar will be presenting an new innovative product range at ICE next week.
With a coverage increase of over 50% in the past two years, all Betradar products can now offer a broader events range. One of Betradar’s highlights this year will be the Managed Trading Services – a tailor-made risk management solution – that allows any type of operator to outsource labour-intensive risk management tasks to the company’s industry experts.
In combination with the market-leading Betradar Live Odds service, which covers up to 20,000 matches per month, the Managed Trading Services can fully handle all betting operations in a fast, efficient and budget-friendly manner. It offers a full suite of operational services and helps bookmakers succeed in an increasingly competitive market.
Betradar will also be presenting its content solutions for the upcoming European Championship 2016 in France this June and July. These will include the full Live Channel product portfolio that offers the customisable live streaming solution for online, mobile and retail sports betting offers. Another highlight that operators can learn about is the company’s Virtual Gaming portfolio that consists of Football, Basketball, Tennis, Horse Racing and Dog Racing.
In addition Betradar will showcase its esports solutions, a market which looks set to be popular at this year’s ICE.
Eduard Blonk, Sportradar’s Managing Director Sales, stated: “We are really looking forward to ICE Totally Gaming 2016. We have made sure that this February will offer our clients and other industry players a unique opportunity to see, interact with and learn more about a whole spectrum of innovative and value-generating products. The examples we have outlined in this release are just the tip of the iceberg and there will be plenty more for visitors to experience and engage with.”
He added: “Our stand will be the place to be for sports betting and gaming operators worldwide. We are confident that those who visit our stand will walk away with food for thought and ideas that can take their own offerings to the next level.”