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Stats Perform extends NBL data and streaming deal

Stats Perform has extended its multi-year, exclusive official betting data and streaming partnership with Australia’s fast growing Hungry Jack’s National Basketball League (NBL). 

The extension will see Stats Perform provide exclusive live streams for betting, as well as collect and distribute in-stadium ultrafast betting data for licensed sportsbooks.

Alex Rice, Stats Perform Chief Rights Officer, commented: “Few global basketball leagues can rival the NBL’s atmosphere, quality and entertainment.

“We’re honoured to have been trusted to safely deliver high quality NBL betting experiences to their growing global audience for a number of years. In that time we’ve seen the competition and our partnership go from strength to strength, and we’re excited to continue working together to drive future growth.”

Stats Perform has also been announced as an official integrity partner of the NBL. The company’s Integrity Operations team will, therefore, support the NBL in its innovative approach to preventing match manipulation and betting fraud through monitoring and intelligence.

Hungry Jack’s NBL Chief Commercial Officer Brad Joyner said: “The NBL is almost unrecognisable from when we first started working with Stats Perform, but whilst many things have changed our need for a trusted partner to safely manage and grow our betting rights distribution has stayed the same and we’re very pleased to renew our partnership.”

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