Stats Perform becomes sole live streaming supplier for Norsk Tipping

Following a competitive tender, Norwegian state lottery’s sportsbook Norsk Tipping has selected Stats Perform’s Watch & Bet service as its sole live streaming video supplier.

Norsk Tipping is the latest Scandinavian lottery to integrate the Watch & Bet service into its online sportsbook. The live streaming package will include coverage from over 80 football competitions, as well as IIHF ice hockey, WTA and ATP tennis, EHF handball, basketball, darts, cricket, esports and more.

Andrew Ashenden, Chief Betting Officer at Stats Perform, commented: “We are delighted to be announcing our partnership with Norsk Tipping. Live streaming creates the ultimate rounded, entertaining betting experience by putting high quality live real sport straight into the sportsbook.

“We’re proud to have been trusted to partner with another lottery and are looking forward to seeing the positive feedback from Norsk Tipping’s customers.”

Hans Erland Ringsvold, Head of Gaming operations at Norsk Tipping, added: “Providing live streams is something we look forward to being able to offer to our customers. Streaming provides live entertainment, gives bettors more insight into what they’re betting upon and makes Norsk Tipping an even more relevant site to spend time on.

“Stats Perform came through as the preferred streaming service provider after a competitive tender process with a strong portfolio of live vision rights, good 24/7 coverage and events with high attractivity for the Norwegian market. We look forward to working together.”

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