Oddin.gg partners with Indian esports company Skyesports

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Esports betting services provider Oddin.gg has announced a partnership with Indian esports company Skyesports.

As a result of the deal, Skyesports will allow Oddin.gg to distribute official data from Skyesports’ Counter-Strike tournaments across its betting products.

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Oddin.gg is a European betting services provider that has a wide array of partners in the esports and betting spaces. The company is known for providing esports betting services, iFrame solutions and live esports data to clients in several segments of the market, from esports organisations to tournament organisers and betting companies.

Skyesports is a prominent esports company in India, most known for its work on tournaments in the country. Recently Skyesports created Skyesports Masters, a tournament that includes a mixture of global and regional CS2 teams such as ENCE, BIG, and Gods Reign. The tournament was set to take place in person in India, however, it recently moved online due to the Indian general elections.

The partnership with Oddin.gg will see Skyesports provide the company with access to data for its Counter-Strike tournaments throughout 2024. According to the two partners, the partnership will also allow them to ‘explore additional data-driven experiences for esports fans in the future’.

Shiva Nandy, Founder and CEO, Skyesportscommented: “We’re thrilled to join forces with Oddin.gg in this partnership for our Counter-Strike 2 roadmap, which marks another significant step in our commitment to ensuring the integrity and quality of esports experiences for our growing community of fans and players.

“As we expand aggressively into new markets, partnerships like these are important for ensuring that our events maintain the highest standards of fairness and transparency.”

The announcement comes shortly after Oddin.gg announced another large-scale partnership with Sportradar, a global sports technology company. Oddin.gg was also the official data partner for the PGL Major Copenhagen 2024 which concluded last month.

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.