- DeckPrism Sports will be providing live sports betting technology to Circa Sports platform in Colorado.
- Live betting odds will be supplied for NFL, NCAA football, NBA, NCAA Basketball, MLB, and NHL matches.
The deal gives Circa Sports access to DesckPrism technology which aims to give users faster and more transparent live betting odds that are also most accurately priced and more reliable than their competitors.
“We are thrilled to be working with a great brand like Circa Sports Colorado, and to partner with them in providing the fairest and most transparent in-game product on the market,” said Ed Miller, co-founder and chief architect of DeckPrism Sports. “Live in-game play has largely fallen short, leading to delays in what are supposed to be real-time odds and rejections of far too many bets. Our technology fixes those issues, offering bettors a much fairer vehicle for in-game wagering and allowing operators to capture more in-game action.”
DeckPrism Sports uses a proprietary algorithm to post and accept bets on “up-to-the-second” odds. Live betting is becoming an increasingly popular form of sports betting due to its quick nature, but it only works if sportsbooks are able to keep up with the pace of the game.
Circa Sports’ addition of DeckPrism technology allows it to have something to differentiate it from a crowded online sports betting market in Colorado.
“DeckPrism has built an engine that will power in-game wagering far more effectively for companies like ours, which got into the sportsbook business to take bets,” said Matthew Metcalf, director of Circa Sports. “DeckPrism’s technology is second to none in creating odds that both we and our customers can trust, and that significantly improves the in-game experience for everyone.”
The partnership only applies to the legal sports betting market of Colorado for now and doesn’t extend in Nevada, despite the state being the home of Circa Sports.
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– In his career, Hasan has worked both local and state government positions—including the Attorney General’s Office in Florida. On top of being familiar with the legislative process, he has also been researching and writing on the legality of sports betting across the US. Outside of work you’ll most likely find him producing or playing music, playing sports, or working on creative writing projects. You’ll also catch him at Doak Campbell Stadium cheering on the Noles.