Bayes Esports secures data deal with DATA.BET

31 January 2023


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Esports betting data provider DATA.BET has secured a partnership with esports data supplier Bayes Esports.

The partnership will see DATA.BET secure official live game data provided by Bayes Esports. Moreover, the company will use the data to improve the services DATA.BET offers to clients.

Bayes Esports is a company that specialises in gathering and providing esports data. Bayes Esports has secured a number of important partnerships in the past, which includes deals with the likes of ESL Gaming and Riot Games.

These collaborations allow the company to gather high-quality esports match data right from the source. This, in turn, allows Bayes to form partnerships with other companies that can make use of the data, such as betting data providers.

This time around, Bayes Esports will provide ‘Esports Data Feed’, its data product, to DATA.BET. DATA.BET will then be able to offer its partners an improved number of covered events and better data accuracy.

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Bayes Esports has started 2023 well, signing a notable partnership with BLAST Premier, and appointing former Google employee York Scheunemann as its Chief Operating Officer. In late 2022, Bayes Esports expanded its operations to Canada as well as the United States by securing New Jersey and Colorado licenses. The company also launched BODEX, its odds integration platform, in 2022.

Amir Mirzaee, CCO and Managing Director of Bayes Esports Solutions, commented on the partnership: “For betting operators to be able to fully unlock the potential of esports betting, they need to approach their services from a different angle than they are used to from traditional sports betting.

“The markets and the content they need to be able to offer for their esports betting services to be successful need innovative solutions based on official live data to function effectively.

Ivan Šimić
Ivan comes from Croatia, loves weird simulator games, and is terrible at playing anything else. Spent 5 years writing about tech and esports in Croatia, and is now doing it here.