Codere launches new 24/7 channel with SIS

Spanish operator integrates online around-the-clock Live Horse Racing and Greyhound service

Leading multi-channel supplier SIS (Sports Information Services) has secured an agreement with Codere to deliver its ground-breaking new 24/7 Live Betting Channel to one of the leading Spanish operators. As part of the deal, Codere’s online operations in Spain and Mexico will integrate the betting channel, which will showcase live horse racing and greyhound action throughout the day.

SIS partners with Codere

Codere customers will have access to over 33,500 greyhound races per year, broadcast each week from the top UK and Irish tracks, as well as over 27,000 horse races from over 130 of the world’s leading racecourses. Delivered in a “Watch & Bet” format, the around-the-clock schedule of quick-fire, short-form betting events will help to increase engagement and dwell time, and drive betting revenues. The deal further demonstrates the growing appeal of racing betting events internationally, with increasingly more operators integrating SIS’s range of products.

Peter Lucas, Sportsbook Trading Director at Codere, said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to have struck this deal with SIS, which allows us to greatly expand the volume of horse racing and greyhound races that we can stream to Codere customers online. The launch of our new 24/7 Live Betting Channel means we can now offer quality racing betting events on a regular basis, which we’re sure will help drive engagement and increase betting revenues.”

Sandra McWilliams, Sales Director at SIS, said: “We’re delighted to be delivering our new channel to Codere, a global operator which has a strong reputation in Europe and Latin America. Codere’s online customers will now have access to live pictures and data from the world’s best horse racing and greyhound venues, with the Watch & Bet model designed to encourage more betting activity.”

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