Sportradar, a global leader in sports data and technology solutions, has been chosen as the official technology and services provider for the Taiwan Sports Lottery.
This landmark agreement, part of a consortium including ADATA Technology and Taiwan Sports Lottery Company Ltd, marks a significant leap forward in Taiwan’s sports betting landscape.
Sportradar’s renowned solution, ORAKO, an end-to-end sportsbook and player account management system, will be seamlessly integrated across 2,600 retail outlets in Taiwan, as well as web and mobile platforms. ORAKO ensures a comprehensive omnichannel experience, catering to the diverse needs of players.
This transformative initiative includes a spectrum of services such as ORAKO Sports Betting and Player Management platform, Managed Trading Services, Pre-match and Live data and odds, Audiovisual streaming, Marketing services, and other integrated solutions.
Retail spaces will be equipped with customized lottery terminals, printers, and digital multimedia displays, enhancing the overall betting experience for players.
Carsten Koerl, CEO of Sportradar, expressed the company's readiness for this venture: “Our expertise in collaborating with government-run lotteries globally, combined with our innovative technology, positions us perfectly to contribute to the success of the Taiwan Sports Lottery. We are dedicated to providing a seamless and high-quality betting experience, whether players choose retail outlets, online platforms, or mobile devices.”
Ted Lin, President of Taiwan Sports Lottery Company Ltd, highlighted the ambitious vision: “We aspire to redefine sports betting, and Sportradar offers a suite of technological solutions to support our mission. Their extensive experience with established lotteries worldwide aligns with our goal to revolutionize sports betting in Taiwan.”
Sportradar’s legacy of supporting government-approved lotteries, including those in Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore, Norway, and Finland, underscores their expertise in elevating the betting landscape. Taiwan’s sports betting enthusiasts can anticipate a new era of seamless, technology-driven gaming experiences.