30 Aug
2020

Sporting Solutions wins Svenska Spel pricing partnership

first_imgShare Share Svenska Spel delivers on social mandate despite COVID-19 impacts July 20, 2020 Svenska Spel becomes 2020 eHockey Championship sponsor August 18, 2020 How Stats Perform is taking CONMEBOL betting to the next level June 17, 2020 Related Articles Submit Sporting Solutions has beaten off competition from a number of sportsbook suppliers, to provide Svenska Spel with its outsourced pricing services (OPS).The firm, which forms part of the Sporting Group, will see the partnership run for an initial year long period, with Svenska Spel holding the rights to exercise the option of a further year.Fredrik Wastenson, Vice President of Products and Services at Svenska Spel, said: “We committed to a competitive procurement process in 2017 to attract a sportsbook supplier able to provide us with expansive content, accurate pricing and strong heritage in the industry, and we’re confident Sporting Solutions can deliver on all three.“Having seen their trading solutions first hand, it’s clear they’re built on decades of experience delivering profitable models across numerous sports. We look forward to leveraging this, in partnership with our own trading team, to deliver the sportsbook our customers deserve.”Sporting Solutions details that its OPS “combines best-of-breed algorithms, official data and longstanding trading heritage to deliver margin enhancing pricing across 25+ sports.”The deal is to see pre match and in play pricing supplied across a number of core sports for the Swedish market, including ice hockey, soccer, tennis and American football.The Sporting Solutions “self trade technology” is also set to be included as part of the deal, which allows traders to leverage their local expertise to differentiate effectively against generic white-label and private operator offerings.Simon Trim, CEO of Sporting Group, added: “Svenska Spel are one of the most established names in lottery sports betting with a very strong customer base, and we are very proud to announce them as our latest lottery partner. “With the help of our pricing and trading services they will be better able to compete with private operators in their liberalising domestic market.  Their ability to use our software to pool further resources into local sports will increase differentiation, drive acquisition and help maintain their position as a market leader.“We look forward to forging a successful partnership with Svenska Spel and to expanding our services in the Nordic region.” StumbleUponlast_img read more

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27 Aug
2020

NBA trade rumors: Suns expected to make forward Trevor Ariza available

first_img Devin Booker on Suns’ future: ‘I’d like to build a super team’  “I’m not one to get somewhere and then just duck out,” Ariza said. “I’m one to be in it, regardless of whatever the situation is. Fight until the end. That’s the type of person that I am, and that’s what I expect.”Ariza has averaged 9.9 points and 5.6 rebounds in 34.5 minutes per game for the struggling Suns this season. He has shot 37.2 percent from the field and 35.7 percent from 3-point range.   Trevor Ariza may not be with the Suns for the rest of the season.Rival teams believe Phoenix will listen to offers for the 33-year-old forward, according to a report from the New York Times. Ariza signed a one-year, $15 million deal with the Suns in the offseason and is not eligible to be traded until Dec. 15. Devin Booker injury update: Suns star dealing with hamstring issue, no timetable for returncenter_img Multiple contenders are expected to be interested in dealing for Ariza, the report says. Teams had been hoping the Suns would buy out Ariza, but Phoenix is hoping to receive “at least one” asset back in return for him.Ariza is on a one-year, $15 million deal with Phoenix. Interested teams have been hoping the Suns would just buy Ariza out like they did with Tyson Chandler, but they are expected to pursue trades to try to get at least one asset in return— Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) December 4, 2018Ariza addressed the report in an interview with The Athletic on Tuesday.  Related News The 15-year veteran spent four seasons with the Rockets before he signed with Phoenix. The Suns will face the Kings on Tuesday. They’ll carry a 4-19 record into that matchup.last_img read more

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