Tag Archives: EURO 2021

Jonathan Smith: Betbuilder the growth tool for wide open Euros

SBC News Jonathan Smith: Betbuilder the growth tool for wide open Euros

Sportsbook growth strategist and risk management expert, Jonathan Smith, founder of Sportsbook Models, tells SBC that this summer’s UEFA Euro 2021 Championship will be no easy ride for bookmakers and why trading teams should power up their betbuilder inventories.  ________________________ SBC: Hi Jonathan, thanks for this interview. From your pre-market observations, how have bookmakers been preparing for this tournament? Jonathan …

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Lyuben Starev, Enetpulse: New data points and special features for Euro 2020

Euro 2020

Sports data provider Enetpulse has spent the extra year rethinking its solutions for this summer’s showpiece Euro 2020 football tournament. We spoke to Lyuben Starev (pictured), head of products and content at Enetpulse, about changes to its original approach, new data points and features planned for Euro 2020. SBC: Can you tell us about your lead sports data solutions for …

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Content and speed key to sports betting growth in 2021


Nikos Konstakis (pictured), VP Sportsbook at SG Digital, explains why the sports betting industry is well positioned for growth in the months ahead and how content will drive the user experience to new heights. As we enter a huge year for the betting industry with major sporting events providing real growth opportunities for operators, there is finally cause for optimism …

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Petar Penev: The outlook is bright for the Soft2Bet sportsbook


The jam-packed sports calendar for this summer including both Euro 2021 and (hopefully) the Olympic Games in Tokyo means the outlook for the short to medium term from a sports betting perspective is particularly positive, said Soft2Bet’s head of sportsbook Petar Penev. Despite the huge disruption inflicted on the sports world by coronavirus, which still leaves the successful staging of …

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Spanish media trade union contests Royal Decree’s ‘discriminatory timetable’


The Supreme Tribunal of Spain has accepted an appeal lodged by Spanish media trade union Asociación de Medios de Información (AMI) challenging the amendments of Spain’s Consumer Affairs Ministry on the ‘Royal Decree of Advertising’.  Published in yesterday’s government gazette, the AMI has urged the Supreme Tribunal – Spain’s highest-ranking legal body – to review Consumer Affairs orders that the …

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