SIS (Sports Information Services), the leading multi-content supplier of 24/7 live betting services, has taken its high-integrity, event-based CS:GO content live with leading UK operator Spreadex.
As part of SIS’ Competitive Gaming portfolio, the CS:GO offering provides sportsbooks with high-frequency events where skilled gamers face off in 2v2 battles on the world’s most popular esports title.
In addition to esoccer and ebasketball sports simulations, existing SIS Competitive Gaming partner Spreadex has gained access to two further CS:GO 24/7 streams, seven days a week. In total, the operator’s customers will be able to enjoy over 200,000 Competitive Gaming events per year.
Supplied as an end-to-end solution, the CS:GO product provides a broad range of pre-match and in-play betting markets. It features ultra-low latency live streaming and is supported by on-screen graphics with unique betting prompts such as form, player stats, results, and live caster commentary.
With integrity at its core, CS:GO from SIS is the only offering in the market that has visible referees who have undertaken ESIC-based training. Monitoring every game, referees provide real-time communication with operators and traders. SIS Competitive Gaming is the only esports betting product to have been awarded the ESIC Gold Standards, the highest possible industry accreditation.
Dave Richardson, Commercial Manager for the UK & Europe at SIS, said: “We are expanding the reach of our CS:GO offering at great pace. This is a testament to the value it brings for operators, with its round-the-clock events featuring a wide range of markets and in-play betting opportunities. We are immensely proud to extend our partnership with Spreadex, an operator that fully understands the benefits of adding CS:GO to its sportsbook.”
Andrew Wallington, Head of Sports Trading, Product & Operations at Spreadex, said: “We are always looking to enhance the content that we provide to our audience, and going live with SIS’ CS:GO’s 24/7 offering represents a huge boost to our offering. We have a long-standing relationship with SIS, and integrating its CS:GO products will only enhance that partnership.”