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SIS shows horseracing action from Warsaw, Wroclaw, and Sopot

SIS (Sports Information Services) has formed a deal to showcase racing from all three of Poland’s tracks.

As the supplier continues to enhance its horse racing content offering, and with racing action taking place from April – November, the 60 meetings available annually will be a key addition to SIS’ output, increasing short-form betting opportunities for operators.

Conall McSorley, Head of International Horse Racing at SIS, commented: “The addition of high-class Polish content further emphasises our focus to bring operators and their customers the widest range of betting opportunities from around the world 24/7, 365 days a year.

 “European horse racing is part of our offering that we are passionate about enhancing, and with quality racing coming from across Poland, we are sure that both operators and bettors will respond positively to this addition to our content offering.”

The new deal adds to SIS’ extensive horse racing content portfolio, which also showcases European action from the UK, Ireland, Germany and Spain.

SIS’ portfolio of over 35,000 horse races is provided as an end-to-end solution including live streamed pictures, data, commentary, on-screen graphics with betting triggers, and an extensive range of markets and prices. 

The addition of this content furthers SIS’ focus on providing ‘the most extensive array of seamless, round-the-clock betting opportunities’ – which are proven to increase engagement and incremental revenues.

“SIS is renowned for providing the best racing action from all over the world, and it’s fantastic to sign this deal that establishes the quality of our product and brings Polish racing to a significantly wider audience,” concluded Dominik Nowacki, Chairman of the Board at TRAF. 

“This deal will be integral in achieving our goal of promoting horse racing across Poland worldwide and providing customers with attractive betting opportunities.”

This week, SIS also announced an extended partnership with Playtech to continue supplying its end-to-end esports betting product, Competitive Gaming.

This deal will now see the entire library of SIS’ Competitive Gaming content – with over 150,000 annual events provided across ebasketball and esoccer contests – be accessible to Playtech’s extensive global network.

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