Sports Betting News: SIS Forge New Partnership With Altenar

Michael Black
Michael Black
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Sports Betting News: SIS Forge New Partnership With Altenar

Sports Information Services (SIS) has signed a new deal to integrate its betting content into online sportsbooks.

The link-up with software solution provider Altenar will have a significant impact on the global reach of the Milton Keynes-based company.

Read on as we look at this exciting development and some of the other top news stories in the betting industry this week.


  • SIS agree exciting new partnership.
  • Fantasy5 game gets extended run.
  • UEFA watchdog flags up concerns.

SIS Links Up with Altenar

Sports Information Services (SIS) has signed a deal with a leading software solution provider to integrate its content into online betting sites.

The deal with Altenar incorporates the full range of SIS products including 24/7 live racing content which covers more than 76,000 events each year.

The agreement covers several key elements including on-screen graphics with betting triggers and markets, live-streamed pictures, commentary and data.

SIS is also scheduled to add its competitive gaming product to the Altenar platform, which will significantly boost the company’s global profile.

20Shots Extends Fantasy5 Contract

20Shots has extended its contract with BoyleSports to continue providing the gambling operator with its free-to-play football game, Fantasy5.

The game was first launched last summer and gave players in the United Kingdom and Ireland the chance to win a bumper £5,000 jackpot.

Fantasy5 requires players to choose five players to beat their fantasy points target in five weekly games – any player who gets all five correct wins a share of the jackpot.

The game is also available for the Champions League and National Basketball Association (NBA) markets, and helps operators with their retention rates.

UEFA Launches Integrity Investigation

UEFA has continued its quest to ensure punters who use football betting sites are protected by launching integrity investigations into two recent Europa Conference League qualifiers.

The governing body identified suspicious gambling patterns in Armenian club Alashkert’s 6-1 second-leg win over Arsenal Tivat of Montenegro.

Latvian team RFS’s 4-1 win over Makedonija GP from North Macedonia has also triggered an investigation by UEFA’s integrity watchdog.

While none of the four teams in question have progressed to the group stage of the competition, UEFA remains committed to providing punters with a fair betting landscape