Accuscore delivers real-time ‘breaking betting news’ data ticker

Tuomas Kanervala – Accuscore

Sports betting forecasting software provider Accuscore has revealed its latest industry innovation – BreakingBetting.News (“BBN”), a real-time breaking news ticker providing betting insights to sports audiences.

“BBN is a unique real-time provider of breaking news for sports bettors.  Our news feed is updated daily based on output of key matches, races, games, events or proposition bets derived from our proprietary algorithms

We continuously scan massive amounts of data from all major sports to find those few key events which present the best betting opportunities.” Details Accuscore in its corporate update.

The real-time ticker has been co-developed as a joint-venture with racing data and betting analytics tool/app HorseLogics (HorseLogics.com).

Accuscore details that BBN will provide relevant and accurate, betting-centric updates to its audience, displaying information on market values, handicaps and pricing variables.

Updating the market, Tuomas Kanervala, CEO of Accuscore, commented on the launch of BBN

“Our mission is to provide all sports bettors with the most interesting betting news on a daily basis. Currently there is a void of genuine betting content and BBN allows both the operator and the player to access unique real-time predictive data output through our sophisticated event simulations. This is just the tip of the iceberg of our proprietary tools for the sports bettor as we ready our position to meet the demands of the US player as sports betting is legalized throughout the U.S.”

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