Digitain and LSports double up for simulated tennis roll out

Digitain has strengthened its simulated tennis offering after agreeing to integrate LSports’ new Tennis Betting Simulator product across its platform.

The product will use real data from over a million historical tennis matches, with randomised, original matches identically replayed alongside real-time odds and visualisations. Features will also include ball movement, heatmaps, shot placements, score changes and match statistics.

At the end of each game, the original match details will be revealed to customers, including players’ names and the relevant tournament times and dates – enabling verification of results.

Samvel Mkrtumyan, Digitain’s Head of External Communications, said: We are very happy to welcome LSports to our platform with such an innovative and exciting virtual betting product.

“We are committed to continually improving the products and services we offer our partners – and it is clear that LSports imaginative new product will be a success in driving additional revenues for them.”

Under the agreement, Digitain will make more than 300 simulated matches available per day to its network of partners. Users will gain access to a range of betting markets including pre-match and in-play markets such as game winner, point winner, match winner and more.

Yoav Ziv, VP sales at LSports, stated: “We are delighted that Digitain has decided to partner with us on our new and exciting Tennis Betting Simulator product.

“We are very proud of the efforts our team put at developing and launching an innovative solution to boost tennis revenues and we are confident that it will add great value to the Digitain platform and ultimately to their partners.”

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