CheckdMedia launches Footy Accumulators Betting Hub app

Sports betting affiliate marketing publisher CheckdMedia has launched a new app entitled Footy Accumulators Betting Hub which is hoped will offer relevant betting information to football punters.

The new app, which will be powered by both Opta data and tipping from the Footy Accumulators team, will deliver data tools, tipping, price boosts and odds comparison.

Adam Patton, Managing Director at Checkd Development, commented:“We’re really excited about this new product as it brings Checkd Group back to the forefront of product innovation in the affiliate football betting space.

“AccaTracker was a ground-breaking product back in 2012, and we feel this new update puts us firmly back in the mix providing cutting edge product and technology to the UK betting audience.

“We’ve been really encouraged to have such big industry players partnering with us from day one and we are excited to show what other plans we have in development. Early numbers around some of the core features such as ‘Smart Acca’ have gone beyond even our own expectations.”

The Footy Accumulators Betting Hub will also feature a Smart Acca feature, which will offer the ability to filter bets based on trends and form lines to show the most likely outcomes. The FA Betting Hub is the next step on from the AccaTracker app with users also able to continue tracking bets from multiple bookmakers all in one place.

Other app features include exclusive price boosts and the tracking of specials. The curation and presentation of all top promotions from Checkd Group’s premium partners will provide a unique proposition not seen before in the affiliate space.

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