Bet.Works agrees new partnership with Sports IQ

Sports IQ has agreed to make its full suite of products available to Bet.Works after the duo secured a new partnership.

As part of the agreement, Bet.Works’ sports betting clients will benefit from Sports IQ’s innovative pre-match and in-play markets covering all NFL, NBA, MLB & NHL events plus college and international variants.

Commenting on the partnership, David Wang, CEO at Bet.Works, said: “We are excited to add Sports IQ’s player prop markets, parlay machine and cash-out functionality to our best in class product suite. We believe that our partners and their clients will benefit greatly from the increased optionality that the Sports IQ technology provides.”

Bet.Works’ Chief Risk Officer Jay Rood added: “Today’s sports betting player is much more involved in the statistics surrounding the game from a fantasy perspective. They have a natural desire to want to bet on individual performance wagering opportunities making this partnership with Sports IQ and their top level pricing and expansive offering a beautiful fit for Bet.Works and our clients.”

Omer Dor, CEO of Sports IQ, concluded: “Bet.Works is an impressive company. We share in their belief that U.S. sport bettors deserve the best products to interact with their favorite sports, teams and players. They have an exciting vision for the future, and we are delighted to be a part of it.

“David and his high caliber team have been instrumental in the success of brands such as theScore|Bet and EliteSportsbook. We believe that Sports IQ will assist them with revenue growth and increased market share as they continue to expand in the flourishing U.S. Sport Betting market.”

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