SIS inks Dubai Racing Club partnership extension

first_img SIS grows Latin American footprint through Betcris deal August 12, 2020 Share Submit SIS adds Irish Greyhound Derby to its portfolio August 13, 2020 Racing content and data provider Sports Information Services (SIS) has secured a two-year extension to its current media rights agreement with the Dubai Racing Club (DRC). Under the terms of the agreement, SIS will continue to hold the exclusive UK and Irish LBO rights and international online rights for Dubai’s Meydan Racecourse, alongside rights for international LBO customers for a further two years.Paul Witten, Product Director at SIS, said: “Middle Eastern racing has long provided a positive boost to both retail and online operators over the winter season, and our agreement with Meydan racecourse will be the perfect early Christmas present for many.“We look forward to being able to continue to bring these top-quality events to our customers, as part of our comprehensive UK, Irish and international horse racing offer.”As part of the deal, the racing content and data provider will continue to broadcast races from 23 fixtures a year at Meydan Racecourse, including the prestigious Dubai World Cup, the world’s richest race day.The agreement comes after SIS secured a partnership with Colossus Bets, which will deliver British greyhound racing jackpots to operators across the world.As part of the new partnership, Colossus Bets will offer jackpots on British greyhound meetings, which will include mainstay features of minimum prize guarantees, Cash Out and Syndicates. Share Related Articles StumbleUpon Richard FitzGerald steps down as RMG CEO August 6, 2020last_img read more

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James Conner injury update: Steelers RB’s contusion not considered major, report says

first_imgThe report noted that early impressions indicate Conner likely will have no trouble recovering barring any considerable swelling or further setbacks. James Conner injury update: Steelers RB suffers lower leg bruise vs. Chargers Conner suffered the injury in the fourth quarter and was sent to the locker room. He did not return to the game and Pittsburgh fell, 33-30, to Los Angeles.Head coach @steelers saying lower leg contusion for #JamesConnor but to me by video, it is a classic high ankle sprain. Judge for yourself. pic.twitter.com/T0PXdwEMT5— David J. Chao, MD (@ProFootballDoc) December 3, 2018The Steelers (7-4-1) will look to bounce back from their two-game skid when they visit the Raiders (2-10) in Week 14 action. A timetable for his return remains unknown. Related News Steeler Nation can rest easy knowing its young star should be just fine.According to NFL Media, Steelers running back James Conner suffered a lower leg contusion in Sunday’s loss to the Chargers but the injury is “not considered major at all.”last_img read more

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