SIS, a trusted partner to the retail and online betting markets, and GRI have announced an additional fixture to be broadcast during Saturday mornings from Tralee greyhound stadium.
The new fixture will be available to UK and Irish betting shops, and online operators as part of SIS’s exclusive streaming portfolio.
Commencing on March 4th 2017, the meeting will consist of eight races with the first starting at 9.11am. Later races will dovetail the SIS existing retail shop greyhound coverage from Crayford and Romford.
SIS already own exclusive rights to broadcast three fixtures in Ireland, with current offerings from Youghal on Monday evenings, Mullingar on Sunday afternoons and a second fixture at Tralee on Tuesday evenings.
Paul Witten, Commercial Director at SIS said: “We have added a second fixture from Tralee to our retail and online programs, following customer demand for greater coverage at suitable times and we see the Saturday morning slot as one of those times.
“SIS endeavour to offer premium content and streaming provision across all bookmaker channels and the new deal will complement this, thanks to the help of the GRI.
Joe Lewins at GRI said: “this gives us a further opportunity to showcase our racing product to the SIS audience and to build on the success of the three meetings currently being broadcast throughout Ireland and the UK”.
The extra meeting will add to SIS’ exclusive coverage across the UK and Ireland including horse racing and greyhounds, all facilitated by their market leading low latency streaming platform, SIS Stream.
SIS’ greyhound offering currently includes 30,000 races a year, making it the most comprehensive in the market
SIS (Sports Information Services Ltd) is a leading supplier of products and services to the online and retail betting markets and has been at the heart of global bookmaking for more than a quarter of a century. SIS delivers multiple channels of live racing, data and commentary from racecourses and greyhound tracks in the UK, Ireland and across the world.
In addition to trusted satellite delivery, SIS has developed its own low latency streaming platform - SIS Stream, which delivers quick, secure and high quality pictures, data and virtual content across the globe. SIS continues to develop innovative solutions to suit bookmakers at all levels of the industry, and now provides competitive pricing for UK, Ireland and international horse racing, along with greyhound and other sports via its Trading Services offer.
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GRI was established in 1958 is a commercial semi state body which is responsible for the control and development of the greyhound industry in Ireland. GRI operates from greyhound tracks throughout the Republic of Ireland. The Greyhound industry in Ireland employs over 10,000 people throughout the country