SIS secures agreement with Pin Projekt’s WWin

Racing content and data services provider Sports Information Services (SIS) has inked a new agreement with Pin Projekt’s sports betting brand WWin.

The new agreement will see SIS supply two of its 24/7 Live Betting Channels, which will include a horse racing channel as well as a greyhound racing channel.

Anze Gantar, Digital Sales Manager at SIS, said: “This is an important deal for us as we continue to build our international customer base. Bettors across Bosnia and Herzegovina will soon be able to enjoy an exciting betting experience through our 24/7 Live Betting Channels.

“We’ll be working closely with the WWin team to ensure that these new channels will drive engagement from the-off and deliver increased betting revenues for the operator.”

The Bosnia and Herzegovinian operator is set to roll out both 24/7 channels across its 170 retail outlets, as well as its online and mobile offering, providing its customers with around the clock, frequent betting opportunities.

Ivan Grkovic, Chief Commercial Officer at Pin Projekt, said: “We’re excited to have reached this agreement with SIS for its ground- breaking 24/7 Live Betting Channels.

“With this new 24/7 service, we’ll significantly boost our racing offering with a significant number of betting opportunities across the day, providing an optimal experience for our customers.”

The Watch and Bet channels will be delivered as an end-to-end solution, with WWin receiving live streamed pictures, data, commentary, on-screen graphics and betting prompts, which will help boost customer engagement and turnover.

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