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European Leagues resumes tendering remit for data rights

European Leagues, the umbrella body of club football competitions across the continent, has launched a tender process offering official fast-betting data collection rights across a number of its members.

Following on from the first ever European Leagues managed multi-league agreement and related tender of these rights in season 2016-17, the leagues have again come together to make available official fast-betting data collection and supply rights for their matches.

The rights to collect data in-venue, for a term of a maximum of three or five seasons, are being offered from 2019-20 for the ‘Winter Leagues’ and from 2020 for the ‘Summer Leagues’.

The Winter Leagues comprise competitions in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Greece, Israel, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Serbia and Switzerland.

The Summer Leagues group together competitions in Finland, Latvia, Kazakhstan, Norway and Sweden.

The leagues’ official fast-betting data partners will receive access to optimal, secure positions in-stadia for the collection of live data.