Odds

What is the diffeerence between our Standard and Premium Odds Feed?

First, our Premium Odds feed is developed in partnership with TXOdds, a highly reputable odds provider known for its exceptional data reliability. The Premium Odds feed offers an extensive selection of 42 markets from 180 different bookmakers.

Additionally, we meticulously document the opening odds for each fixture, and all subsequent changes and updates are recorded and made accessible for your use. This functionality enables you to track the evolution of each odd and present these changes to your customers effectively.

What bookmakers are included in the Premium Odds Feed?

You can find all the bookmakers in the JSON file below.

What bookmakers are included in the Lite Odds Feed?

The bookmakers included in our Premium Odds feed Lite are listed below:

  • bet365 (ID: 2)

  • Marathonbet (ID: 16)

  • bwin (ID: 28)

  • WilliamHill (ID: 29)

  • Sbo (ID: 34)

  • BetClic (ID: 37)

  • NordicBet (ID: 55)

  • NetBet (ID: 61)

  • Betsson Sportsbook (ID: 83)

  • Pokerstarts (ID: 123)

  • Coolbet (ID: 127)

  • Mr Green (ID: 135)

  • BetFirst (ID: 139)

  • BetKing (ID: 151)

  • 10bet.co.uk (ID: 207)

What bookmakers are included in our Standard Odds Feed?

The bookmakers included in our Standard Odds feed are listed below:

  • 10Bet (ID:1)

  • bet365 (ID:2)

  • 188Bet (ID:3)

  • 5 Dimes (ID:4)

  • 888Sport (ID:5)

  • BetFred (ID:6)

  • Bet-At-Home (ID:7)

  • BetCRIS (ID:8)

  • Betfair (ID:9)

  • BetOnline (ID:10)

  • BetRedKings (ID:11)

  • BetVictor (ID:12)

  • Coral (ID:13)

  • Dafabet (ID:14)

  • Intertops (ID:15)

  • Marathonbet (ID:16)

  • Matchbook (ID:17)

  • MyBet (ID:18)

  • Paddy Power (ID:19)

  • Pinnacle (ID:20)

  • Sportsbet (ID:21)

  • Tipico (ID:22)

  • Unibet (ID:23)

  • Betsafe (ID:24)

  • WinLineBet (ID:25)

  • Betsson (ID:26)

  • Interwetten (ID:27)

  • bwin (ID:28)

  • WilliamHill (ID:29)

  • Stan James (ID:30)

  • TitanBet (ID:31)

  • Ladbrokes (ID:32)

  • Sbo (ID:34)

  • 1xbet (ID:35)

  • Planetwin365 (ID:36)

  • BetClic (ID:37)

  • CloudBet (ID:38)

  • Betway (ID:39)

  • Nitrogen Sports (ID:40)

  • Skybet (ID:41)

  • Bovada (ID:44)

  • bodog (ID:45)

  • BetClick (ID:46)

  • WagerBet (ID:47)

  • You Wager (ID:48)

  • BetUS (ID:49)

  • MyBookie (ID:50)

  • Sportingbet (ID:51)

  • Neds (ID:52)

  • Skybook (ID:53)

  • Expekt (ID:54)

  • NordicBet (ID:55)

  • ComeOn (ID:56)

  • Cashpoint (ID:57)

  • MansionBet (ID:58)

  • HKJC (ID:59)

  • BetRegal (ID:60)

  • NetBet (ID:61)

  • MelBet (ID:64)

  • HG (ID:65)

  • Macauslot (ID:66)

What markets are included in the Premium Odds Feed?

You can find all the markets in the file below.

What is the difference in speed between the Standard and Premium Odds feed?

  • The pre-match odds from our Standard odds Feed are updated around every 10 minutes. This means that (worst-case scenario) it can take up to 20 minutes before a change on the bookmakersโ€™ site is available in our API feed.

  • The pre-match odds from our Premium Odds Feed are updated around every 1 minute. This means that (worst-case scenario) it can take up to 2 minutes before a change on the bookmakers' site is available in our API feed.

  • Our inplayOdds refresh every second, so that should be pretty much instant.

How does the history of the Premium Odds Feed work?

Our Premium Odds Feed provides a history of pre-match odds for fixtures for up to 7 days after the match has started. Additionally, we offer the history of the odd. We document the opening odds for each fixture, and subsequently, all changes and updates are stored and accessible for your use. So, every (historical) odd value is available for a fixture until 7 days after the match has started (the 'starting_at' timestamp of the fixture).

What are 'Winning Odds'?

Winning odds are calculated automatically during or after a match. Winning odds is a calculation that determines if an odd has 'won' or not. This means, for example, if the market for an odd was over 2.5 goals and there were 3 goals in that match, the odd will be set to "winning": "true". If in that match there were less than 3 goals, the odd will be set to "winning": "false".

Please note that not all markets we cover have winning odds calculations. Every market has a flag marking whether you can expect winning odds for it.

How do I receive the odds as close to real-time as possible?

The best way to achieve this is to request the "odds/pre-match/latest" endpoint every 5 seconds. This way, you only get the odds that are as close as real-time. The endpoint itself returns odds that were updated within 10 seconds. So, if you request the endpoint every 10 seconds, you may miss some values because making a request also takes some time (can take around ยฑ1 second). Within that second, you are prone to missing updates.

Do you store Opening and Closing odds?

For our Standard Odds Feed, we do store the odds, but only the most up-to-date value of the odds. We will explain further how this works exactly. We don't provide the official opening and closing odds because we collect the odds from our data providers at a certain time. The first value that is available in our API does not necessarily have to be the first official value of the specific bookmaker, and the exact same applies to closing odds. To gain insight into the odds' course, you must save and keep track of the odds yourself. However, we do have historical tracking available in our Premium Odds Feed.

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