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Related Articles Back in 2013, data specialist STATSCORE introduced key sports widgets PrematchPro and LivematchPro to deliver pre-game insights and live match data to drive online projects and boost the shop experience for self-service betting terminal (SSBT) users.More recently, the company has worked on a “major refreshment” for these products to ensure that turnover for its partners, which includes the likes of BGT and Ladbrokes, is “riding an upward wave”. We caught up with Jakub Myszkorowski, STATSCORE Chief Commercial Officer, to find out more.SBC: Hi Jakub. Easy one first up – what are PrematchPro and LivematchPro?JM: Long story short – these are our key sport widgets built mainly for betting online projects. The first one is aimed at delivering the pregame insights. Starting with information about an event, it moves on to the standings for any league or competition, recent results, head to head, key stats, squads and the Twitter accounts of the competitors. This combination provides all the action and news in one place. The idea behind this product is to make sure that pre-match betting is inspired and supported with the right information delivered in the right place and at the right time.LivematchPro also brings tons of valuable data but served with all the live action as games progress. The heart of this product is a live sports tracker that consists of a representation of where the event is taking place e.g. soccer pitch, race track or even ice rink. This means we can recreate all the action with a dedicated set of great visualisations, as well as tracking the ball, puck or even car where applicable. SBC: How does this ball tracking feature actually work? JM: The idea here is simple. Scouts use STATSCORE special panel to indicate where the ball actually goes. By clicking into the certain part of the pitch they not only show where the action takes place, but they also automatically generate the info about the attacks and so called dangerous attacks (those where the ball is close to the scoring zone). SBC: If you were to name just one feature (besides the ball tracking) that stands out STATSCORE widgets from the competitors, what would it be?JM: If you just want one feature, then we can go for the animations for the live incidents. We spent some time on analysing, how to replace the experience of watching the game from the stands or in TV for the final users of the live trackers. At the end of the day, if they do not remain focused and if their interest in the event they follow drops, there is a huge risk that they will stop placing bets and leave. This is certainly something we wanted to avoid, so we came up with unique set of animations for each of the 16 sports that we deliver live in LivematchPro. Whenever something important happens during a match, we can inform about it immediately with a special graphical notification. SBC: And how are they used by the clients?JM: At this stage, the majority of our partners come from the betting market. They use both PrematchPro and LivematchPro to engage more people to bet actively before the sports’ events starts and once they are in progress. Thanks to the mapping procedures on STATSCORE side, we can easily integrate our widgets with their odds no matter who the provider.We have also recognized recently a rising interest from the media sector. More sport websites tend to add live trackers to deliver their readers a better experience over the old format, which was mainly based on the pure text info about the incidents from the games. Internet is more and more all about securing an immediate intense sports’ event experience. If you do not succeed here, then your viewers move further to find what they are looking for somewhere else and they may never come back.SBC: What are the recent changes introduced for terminals?JM: A refreshment for both has been offered to make the betting shop experience even better and to help ensure that our partners’ turnover is riding an upward wave.More intuitive display was the motto behind this. First things first, a decision was made to introduce extended standings for PrematchPro. This feature allows users to see the whole table without the need for scrolling down. Head to head game results were moved and placed just above the list of recent matches. So you can now build a better picture of what the competing teams are capable of. At the top of the widget, you will now find a summary of all the key information, plus the team comparison. Both widgets now show the redesigned kits (or helmets, when it comes to American Football) for the competitors.SBC: What makes the betting experience different on these terminals? JM: Basically, the big screen allows to focus comfortably on a chosen event and make the betting decisions more easily. SSBTs have been created to secure a better gambling experience for those that still prefer to play in the stationary kiosks rather than stay home on their sofas. These users can therefore combine the best practices of individual screen experience from the home surroundings with the joy of using a big and comfortable display tool. Submit Share GVC absorbs retail shocks as business recalibrates for critical H2 trading August 13, 2020 FSB selects Glenn Elliott as new COO August 12, 2020 STATSCORE chosen as the main sponsor for Futsal Ekstraklasa August 11, 2020 Share StumbleUpon
March Madness 2019: Three takeaways from Auburn’s Elite Eight win over Kentucky After narrow escapes against UCF and Virginia Tech in its previous two tournament games, the Blue Devils ran out of luck.Here are three takeaways from the No. 2 Spartans’ huge win against the NCAA Tournament’s overall No. 1 seed.Cassius Winston picked the Spartans up again and againMichigan State ended the first half on a 13-0 run to take a 34-30 lead at the break, with All-American point guard Cassius Winston taking control, scoring eight of those points and picking up assists on the other five points.Best way to respond to a 12-0 run? A 13-0 run of your own! 💪 #MarchMadness | @MSU_Basketball pic.twitter.com/jkQbCgYjRV— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 31, 2019Winston came through the entire game for the Spartans, ending with 20 points and 10 assists. But with the game on the line with 35 seconds to play, 6-7 senior Kenny Goins calmly nailed a 3-pointer to provide the winning points.What a CLUTCH 3️⃣ to put @MSU_Basketball up ✌️! #MarchMadness | #Elite8 pic.twitter.com/OX5Dpe9OgL— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 31, 2019Forward Xavier Tillman pitched in 19 for the Spartans.Michigan State protected the ball wellThe Spartans, now 32-6, had been careless with the basketball in this year’s NCAA Tournament, with a minus-14 in turnover margin in their first three games. But that script dramatically flipped against the Blue Devils, as Michigan State forced 17 turnovers and turned the ball over only seven times (Duke had been plus-8 in turnover margin in its first three games). Duke had a better shooting percentage from the floor and from long distance and outrebounded the Spartans 42-31, but those extra possessions they picked up were critical.Duke probably had its most talented team ever … but not its best teamThink of all the great Duke teams through the years, loaded with stars such as Grant Hill, Christian Laettner, Shane Battier, Johnny Dawkins, J.J. Redick, etc. The 2018-19 Blue Devils might have been the greatest collection of talent ever in Durham. Williamson is the likely No. 1 pick in the NBA draft, and it’s not hard to envision RJ Barrett, Cam Reddish and Tre Jones all making future NBA All-Star appearances.They were incredibly fun to watch, with Williamson (24 points, 14 rebounds, numerous blocks and altered shots against the Spartans) providing one highlight after another, including this explosive drive and dunk. Kentucky’s John Calipari on loss to Auburn: ‘Never entered my mind we weren’t going to win’ Michigan State overcame a brilliant game from Duke star Zion Williamson to edge the Blue Devils, 68-67, in the East Regional final at Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C.The victory sends the Spartans to Minneapolis for the Final Four, Michigan State’s 10th appearance in the national semifinals, but first since 2015. They’ll face the surprising Texas Tech Red Raiders in one semifinal, while Auburn and Virginia meet in the other. Zion is just EXPLOSIVE! 💥 #MarchMadness | @DukeMBB pic.twitter.com/hqQWyZYwcp— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 31, 2019But despite that array of talent, and Duke’s sterling 32-6 record, this didn’t feel like the best Duke team ever. They didn’t shoot the ball well from outside. While they made some sensational defensive plays at key moments — Williamson especially — they didn’t seem as solid on D as previous Blue Devils squads. In short, they felt more like an all-star team, a collection of talent, than a team.That situation is normal in today’s one-and-done atmosphere in college basketball. And that’s why, despite the heroics of Williamson and RJ Barrett (21 points against MSU), another team based on one-and-done talent is going home without an NCAA championship. There’s a lesson there somewhere, perhaps. Legendary Michigan State coach Tom Izzo, who entered the game with a 1-11 career record against Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski, could barely contain his joy afterward.”It’s a dream come true … we’ve got some warriors here,” Izzo told CBS Sports after the game. Related News
In the spring, 18 catalytic converters were removed from Toyota Tundra and Tacoma trucks during a two-month period at a Toyota storage lot in Torrance, newspaper reports said. There have been similar reports in Long Beach, Valencia and El Segundo. Nationally, thefts have been reported in Michigan, Boston, Ohio, and in Canada, where police in Toronto have estimated $1 million worth of converters were stolen from an auto parts store in March. The converter for Avila’s 1995 Toyota 4-Runner was stolen from in front of her home in the 8100 block of Bright Avenue sometime between 8:30 p.m. Wednesday and 7:50 a.m. Thursday when she tried to take her son, Daniel, 13, to school. When she started her vehicle, “It sounded like a dragster,” she said. “It was an ugly sound.” WHITTIER – Andrea Avila found herself Thursday morning a victim of a crime that has been growing throughout North America. Thieves, according to local law enforcement and those in the auto repair industry, are stripping vehicles of their catalytic converters. “They are being targeted for their precious metals,” said Whittier police spokeswoman Officer Diana Salazar. The platinum, palladium and rhodium used in the converter can be sold for thousands of dollars an ounce, police officials said. As a driver from Hadley Tow prepared to take her dark green truck to her mechanic, Avila became emotional. “I was keeping it together all morning, but when I saw him putting up my baby, tears came out,” she said. The catalytic converter, explained tow driver Tony Enriquez, is part of the exhaust system and cleans the emissions that come from your car. It is a chemical filter designed to react with exhaust fumes to reduce air pollution. “I have seen this happen a lot,” he said. Enriquez, 42, said people could be stealing them because, without a good one, a car can’t pass a smog check. And a car won’t run without it, he added. Avila, 32, said after turning off her truck, she inspected the area and found some metal rings and nuts and bolts under the 4-Runner. When she called the police, the dispatcher told her exactly what had been stolen. “I didn’t know what was missing, but he knew,” Avila said. Salazar said the department is aware of several similar incidents and most have occurred in the last year. “It’s a new issue that we’ve come across,” she said. The department does not have any statistics on this type of crime. Salazar said investigators have surmised that Toyotas may be targeted because converters on the trucks are easily accessible, exposed underneath the frame, as opposed to being underneath the hood. Auto Zone part manager Richard Cabrera said a customer came in last week saying her converter was stolen, but sales of the item has not substantially risen. “I’ve sold one in the past month,” he said. Prices vary depending on the make and year of the vehicle, he added, and average from $80 to $130. Avila, a single parent on a fixed income who works for the County of Norwalk, said she will have to juggle her finances to pay the bill. “I try to keep up maintenance on my truck with every paycheck,” she said. “And now something like this happens. “I want the word to get out so no one else goes through what I have today.” Avila is having the converter welded instead of bolted to the truck to prevent another theft from happening. email@example.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3028 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!