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DATA.BET – ICE PREVIEW


DATA.BET announces official ICE launch


e-sports B2B solutions provider to kick start data and trading services with $250,000 ICE esports tournament


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ATA.BET, set to be the industry’s most comprehensive esports data and solutions provider, will be showcasing its launch at ICE London 2020 in February. A subsidiary of GG.BET, the industry’s largest


esports betting operator, DATA.BET is slated to become the industry’s largest data supplier more than 6000 esports matches per month, the majority of which will be live. Set to participate to great fanfare at ICE London’s upcoming $250,000 esports tournament, the ground- breaking initiative, which is being undertaken in partnership with GG.BET, will comprise an 800sqm state-of-the-art Esports Arena. Featuring a custom built stage, commentator ICE box,


DATA.BET lounge, themed bar and a betting hatch allowing players to ‘bet’ ICE and GG.Bet dollars in order to simulate esports wagering, the tournament is set to be stream to an online global audience in excess of 5 million. DATA.BET’s offering will include a comprehensive suite of


esports operator services and solutions that will provide Managed Trading Services, raw esports data and a fully bespoke plug-in esports sportsbook totalling 6,000 esports matches, 3000 live odds and 600 betting markets each month. Founded with the vision of bringing the market for esports


data and trading solutions into maturity, DATA.BET’s initial suite of solutions has been designed to be the most comprehensive solution yet brought to market.


These include:  Esports Raw Data: Exclusive supplier of data feeds, providing access to real-time streams of popular tournaments in different formats, along with the ability to


form live lines for traders.  Managed Trading Services (MTS): Covers full spectrum of esports market with odds powered by risk, liability and


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player management, bespoke to each client’s needs. Designed to prevent abusive behaviour and improperly sets odds, DATA.BET’s MTS provides real time monitoring and key player information as well as effective player profiling


and customisable risk management.  Plug-in Sportsbook: Bespoke to esports, DATA.BET’S iFrame solution is designed to be integrated alongside operators’ existing sportsbooks, as well as complete control over the brand, customer management, payments, operations and unparalleled odds and risk management.


Commenting on the launch, Tetyana Pshevlotska, Chief Business Development Officer at DATA.BET said: “Esports is the fastest growing betting market on the planet, and after bringing together some of the brightest esports innovators, we are launching DATA.BET to bring the market into maturity with the industry’s most advanced package of solutions. “As well as providing to our customers everything that an


esports operator would need, we aim to make our services fully bespoke to each customer with a solutions package that is set to be the most comprehensive ever seen. We’re looking forward to ICE London 2020 and beyond as we begin to roll out our services.”


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