Chicago, IL and New York, NY – Vigtory, a sportsbook looking to disrupt the U.S. market on price, product and customer experience has announced a partnership with Sportradar, the global provider of sports betting and sports entertainment products and services, ahead of its launch.
Under the terms of the agreement, Vigtory gains access to Sportradar’s industry-leading package of U.S. data and odds, comprehensive live-streaming and a suite of betting stimulation products.
“We are very excited to be working with Sportradar. One of Vigtory’s core missions has been to captivate all of the verticals of where people consume sport and build them into a comprehensive sports betting platform. Sportradar brings us access to premier betting data and stimulation products, products that increase fan engagement to drive attention towards markets that bettors are passionate about. We are excited to partner with someone who shares our vision to enhance the betting experience,” said Sam Rattner, Founder & Co-CEO of Vigtory.
Vigtory recently announced the appointment of long-time gaming executive Scott Butera as its Co-CEO. Butera has also joined Vigtory’s Board of Directors.
“I have had the opportunity to work with Sportradar throughout my career and am gratified to continue this relationship. Sportradar’s cutting edge technology, superior data and analytics will enable Vigtory to be a leader in providing unique sports betting products at limits and prices that will provide great value to sports bettors,” said Scott Butera, Co-CEO of Vigtory.
Sportradar is a trusted partner to over 1,000 companies, including more than 600 bookmakers around the globe and more than 30 betting operators in the U.S., both more than any other company in the industry.
“Sportradar is looking forward to working with Vigtory as it prepares to launch in multiple markets around the U.S.,” said Neale Deeley, interim MD Betting U.S., Sportradar. “Vigtory has a great plan to disrupt the market with bespoke betting products, and we’re excited to be working with them.”