Saturday, August 20, 2022

Tag: Neale Deeley

SureBet247 launches Betradar Virtuals across Nigeria

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One of the leading sports betting operators in Nigeria, Surebet247, has partnered with Betradar to provide its suite of virtual gaming products across the region.   Surebet247, which operates from over 4,000 retail stores across Nigeria, has confirmed it will offer Betradar’s Virtual Football products across all its sites to increase footfall. Sheriff Olaniyan, CEO of Surebet247 stated: “We have been closely...

Totolotek and Betradar to deliver first virtual sports betting offer in Poland

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Intralot’s Polish bookmaker, Totolotek, will become the first company in Poland to provide betting on virtual sports events following a partnership with Betradar.   Betradar will power Poland’s first virtual sports betting offer via Totolotek following amended Gambling Law’s in the region around virtual betting as of April 2017. Totolotek claims Łódź Reds, Warsaw Military and Gdynia Herrings will be just some...

Virtual sports: A safe bet on Deeley’s radar

Betting Business - Betradar Virtual Sports
If you attended ICE this year and hadn’t noticed the dominance of Virtual Sports you might want to head to Specsavers. Betting Business caught up Betradar’s Neale Deeley at the show to find about more about the phenomenon sweeping the gaming globe.   Wildly new products often have to endure a drawn out adoption phase before going mainstream, as players cagily...

Bringing inplay betting to virtual sports

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Global specialists in real-time sports data, Betradar, are in the process of using their vast wealth of experience to produce 24/7 streams of inplay odds for their Virtual Sports portfolio.   “Every operator in the world that does sports betting touches us at some point,” Neale Deeley, Betradar’s MD of Virtuals, announced at ICE 2017. “So as you’d imagine our client...

Sportradar’s virtual Euro data forecasts Germany lifting the cup

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According to Betradar’s Euro Cup virtual football tournament, England fans are facing at least another two years of hurt, while Portugal and Turkey look like potential dark horses in the race to the finish line. Sportradar has predicted the outcome of this year’s European Championships using its virtual ‘Euro Cup’ product, and has picked out Germany as the most likely...