Betgenius launch Racing Manager streaming service

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Betgenius has announced the launch of Racing Manager, a new service that removes the need for any in-house traders and gives operators access to more than 40,000 events a year across UK and Australian racing.

 

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he new product consists of three separate but complementary components: streaming, trading and front-end. These can be integrated individually or as one to provide an end-to-end product.

 

Via an exclusive deal with Racing UK, Betgenius offers live streaming capability for major UK horseracing events, including the Grand National, Cheltenham Festival, Glorious Goodwood, Royal Ascot and the Epsom Derby.

 

The trading part of the product gives partners access to a fully-automated system from which they can create a customised feed of racing fixtures and prices to match their requirements and strategy.

 

Key features include delivery of all race-card information from the official source, configurable odds allowing bespoke margins and suspensions, and automated management of pricing in the event of non-runners.

 

By creating a unique, off-the-shelf service that automates all trading and front-end requirements, we have made offering a horseracing product as simple and cost-effective as possible.

 

Furthermore, Racing Manager’s front-end solution aims to remove pressure on operators’ in-house UI and design teams by bringing the fast most accurate pricing and streaming together to inform punters’ betting decisions and create the complete customer experience.

 

Jack Davison, Managing Director of Betgenius, said: “With our Racing Manager product, sportsbook operators need no longer miss out on the high-margin, around-the-clock betting opportunity that is horseracing.

 

“By creating a unique, off-the-shelf service that automates all trading and front-end requirements, we have made offering a horseracing product as simple and cost-effective as possible.”


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