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Betradar Launching New Managed Trading Services

Betradar Launching New Managed Trading Services

Betradar announced the release of their new managed trading services for sportsbook operators today, allowing operators to streamline processes and to increase their competitiveness by outsourcing their trading operations to Betradar's service. Betradar's staff can provide fixture, compile the odds, monitor liabilities and also settle the best, meaning that their managed trading services is a all-in-one package for betting operators and very cost effective.

Betradar will be able to control the operators risk and liability management both fully and partially and thus provide them with the largest sports betting offerings pre-match and in-play. Betradar will gather all the important data for a safe risk management analysis and mixing the data along with special mathematical algorithms, it will ensure that you will never lose money on accepting a bet you shouldn't have accepted.

The system is very comprehensive and will save a lot of man-hours for many operators, as well as money because of the low error margin. The system is easy to integrate and guarantees the best security efficiency for sports betting operators.

“The launch of Managed Trading Services represents a key milestone in the execution of our strategy of becoming a one-stop service provider for the sports betting industry” says Erik Lorenz, Sportradar Managing Director Sales. “Using this new service, our clients can now focus on their core businesses, knowing that Betradar will manage their sports betting operations in a fast, reliable and turnover generating manner. This, in combination with our flexible and performance based price models, allows our clients to minimise their financial risks, whilst increasing their revenue and profitability."

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