SIS extends partnership with Singapore Pools

Racing content and sports data provider SIS (Sports Information Services) has extended its agreement with the Singapore Pools (Private) Limited by two years, which will see the provider become the distributor of live pictures and data from the Singapore Racecourse in Kranji, Singapore.

As part of the new deal, the data provider will showcase 800 races from the Kranji course, which will be made available to both UK and Irish customers via SIS 24/7 Live Betting Channels.

Simon Fraser, Head of International Racing at SIS, said: “Kranji is one of Asia’s finest horse racing venues and the extension of our deal as the distributor of live pictures and data is fantastic news.”

Simon Leong, Senior Director (Wagering) at Singapore Pools, added: “We are delighted to have extended our long standing partnership with SIS. Kranji is without a doubt home to the hottest races in the Equator. We race Friday and Sunday throughout the year except during the Christmas period.  We are confident the 2019 racing season will offer more excitement, thrills and winning moments to our UK racing fans.

“Our events are gaining in popularity with spectators all around the world, and with SIS making these races easily accessible through its 24/7 Live Betting Channels service, we’re sure even more customers will enjoy the finest racing Singapore has to offer.”

The extension to the partnership is the latest addition to the supplier’s portfolio, having recently penned a deal with Hipódromo Argentino de Palermo racecourse in Buenos Aires. The new deal will further strengthen its international offering. SIS currently showcases race meetings from the UK and Ireland, Dubai, Mauritius and Korea

 

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