BeIN Has Audio Gambling License Extended By Stats Perform

Stats Perform, a sports data supplier, has extended two audio gambling license contracts with BeIN broadcaster concerning the French Ligue de Football Professionnel (LFP) and the Turkish Football Federation (TFF).

The LFP deal is going to operate for another five years, while the TFF contract is an expansion of three years. Both deals give privileges for formal clip to be spread through Stats Perform’s Watch&Bet provider to authorised worldwide sportsbook providers.

Under the LFP agreement, over 800 televised football games per summer, including Ligue 1, Ligue 2, Coupe de la Ligue and Trophee des Champions, will be produced accessible through Watch&Bet audio broadcasts.

The prolonged agreement creates on a long-term connection between Stats Perform and the LFP, with the soccer council already recognising RunningBall as its formal information companion and Stats Perform acting as the LFP’s formal press and squad results monitoring agent.

In the meantime, the TFF agreement will allow Stats Perform to give the Turkish Super and TFF First League over 600 games per summer via Watch&Bet.

“We are delighted to have extended our partnership with BeIN and to continue to bring these two exciting competition packages to our global betting partners and their customers,” Stats Perform’s chief rights officer Alex Rice said.

“This renewal gives us the ability to offer global betting partners and their fans deeper coverage of their favourite leagues and players, and an extensive offering with the LFP. We are committed to enhancing the video experience with new features in order to deepen viewer connection to the game, its teams and players.”

The live streams of LFP and TFF will now meet more than 100 other competitions in the range of Stats Perform’s Watch&Bet.

Stats Perform also signed up with the Argentine Football Association (AFA) in a worldwide betting clip and information collaboration earlier this month. Stats Perform will accumulate and share information from some AFA-led contests including Argentina’s Superliga, Argentina’s Copa Superliga, and Argentina Cup.