World media react to renewal of STATSCORE’s deal with Fortuna 1 Liga

STATSCORE‘s renewed Official Sports Data agreement with Fortuna 1 Liga has been covered by media outlets around the globe. Let’s take a quick look at their reactions!

The news has been broadly reported by online media covering sports business, such as SBC News, the largest gaming network for professionals within the sector. First initiated in 2020, the partnership has seen STATSCORE Scouts operate directly from the league’s venues, collecting information on various actions taking place within a match – the SBC reports.

Insider Sport reported that the league will be continuing to utilise the firm’s services to access vital statistics’.

AffPapa wrote that: According to the data provider, the stories will be demonstrated in a form of eye-catching and creative infographics. From the Liga’s side of the deal, the second-tier league will incorporate Statscore’s Team Centres on their website, for their fans to access the data.

The deal was also written about by Portuguese-language iGamingBrazil and Esportes Online.

It has also been announced by official Polish channels, including PZPN, Polish Football Association.

We can honestly say that the information has spread rapidly throughout the planet’s top sports-business media. 

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