Poland’s largest bookmaker, STS, has signed deal with IMG – a global entertainment industry leader.
The contract will allow STS to significantly extend its offer of sporting events broadcast via its website and mobile app. It will be in force until the end of 2020 and include streams of football, handball, volleyball, basketball, tennis, hockey and many other games. Under the contract, STS will broadcast an approximate total of 20 thousand sporting events. The service is available for free to all adult Internet users.
Currently, STS allows its users to enjoy free broadcasts of over 2,000 sporting events every month. All games can be followed on the website sts.pl and through the bookmaker’s mobile app. Selected streams are also available in stationary STS betting points all across Poland.
We are observing a growing interest in live betting among the customers. For this reason, we are investing in the broadest possible offer of sporting-event broadcasts in various disciplines from around the world – says Mateusz Juroszek, CEO at STS.
Sts.pl broadcasts are available to all registered users, regardless of whether or not they are active players. All you need to do is register for free on the bookmaker’s website. It is available to all adult users. STS was Poland’s first legal bookmaker to launch a live stream service for sporting events. The games can be viewed on laptops as well as smartphones and tablets.
STS also holds a contract with the ELEVEN SPORTS NETWORK Group, providing broadcasting space to Eleven, Eleven Sports and Eleven Extra channels in all venues owned by STS. Customers of STS betting shops can watch various games live in full screen, including matches in the world’s biggest football leagues, such as the Spanish LaLiga Santander, the Italian Serie A TIM and the French Ligue 1, as well as prestigious Formula 1® races, the VELUX EHF Handball Champions Leauge and exciting events in other sports.
STS is the biggest legally operating bookmaker in Poland, and it has been systematically strengthening its leading position in this challenging local market. In fact, as much as 60% of the Polish market is covered by non-licenced operators, who do not pay taxes or comply with the strict Polish bookmaking law. Despite such an adverse competitive environment, we keep expanding our offer and offering new functionalities to our clients.
Or aim is continued organic growth that will allow us to respond even better to our clients’ needs – adds Mateusz Juroszek.
Here’s a list of sporting events broadcast under the contract with IMG: