Sportradar takes MTS solution live with 888sport

Sportradar has agreed to deliver its risk management solution for 888sport’s tennis offering after securing a new partnership with the operator’s umbrella company, 888 Holdings.

Under the partnership, Sportradar will supply its data and risk management solution, Managed Trading Services (MTS) Return Guarantee, for the operator’s extensive tennis offering.

Nick Soye, Business Development Manager, Management Trading Services at Sportradar, commented: “888sport are an innovative, forward thinking brand, with strong aspirations for exponential global growth.

“It goes without saying that we are truly excited by the prospect of delivering our MTS for tennis with such an established operator in the sports betting market. We’re confident our bespoke risk management solution will play an important role in the overall growth of the 888sport brand.”

The risk management solution will help support 888sport in growing its existing global sports betting proposition, with plans to roll out the offering across 888’s international markets.

Sportradar’s MTS solution can be utilised across any sport and tailored to required service levels, drawing upon technology and AI-derived pricing algorithms to protect and enhance an operator’s sportsbook offering.

Guy Cohen, SVP, Head of B2C at 888, added: “We are excited that this partnership with Sportradar will enhance our tennis offering for fans around the world.

“We are committed to providing continuous improvements for all our players and look forward to a gradual rollout across our international markets.”

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