Enetpulse announces launch of three new products

20 January 2011
(PRESS RELEASE) -- Danish based sports data provider Enetpulse announce the launch of 3 new products each with a focus on enhancing the sports betting experience.

Enetpulse have released a new live score and stats centre that features a unique GameCentre concept. It delivers complete live coverage plus animation of all the key match incidents as well as in-depth statistical analysis across all the major sports. Enetpulse have already reached licensing agreements with several leading sportsbooks and media outlets for this new service.

Further new products released by Enetpulse include Live Tips which is a stats based bet prompt service. The concept behind Live Tips is to "ask punters a question" by delivering a continous supply of real-time bet prompts that are linked directly to any pre-game or in-play market. Live Tips is available for integration in a variety of formats such as XML, widgets, hosted solutions and mobile apps.

Enetpulse are also pleased to announce the launch of a new sports data widget service. It allows operators to instantly localise any Enetpulse sports content wherever they choose across their platform without the need for technical integration. Each individual widget is fully customisable and can be re-used in multiple places to deliver live information in areas such as in-play scoreboards, live scores, stats and odds comparison.

Phil Parry, Business Development Manager at Enetpulse comments:

"Enetpulse have kicked-off 2011 with a bang and we are delighted with how our latest products have been received by the industry. We have already signed up several leading operators to our new product range and the launch of GameCentre and Live Tips firmly positions Enetpulse as the innovator within the sports data sector."

"The Enetpulse team will be exhibiting at ICE 2011 in London and we are keen to meet with sports betting operators, software providers and media partners to present the next generation of live sports data solutions."