SIS to showcase next generation of trading innovations for horseracing

SBC Webinars will showcase Sports Information Services  (SIS), a leading supplier of 24/7 betting services to the global betting and gaming industry, and partner RACELAB, an innovative racing technology provider, share insights on the next-generation racing trading innovations.

The 45-minute long live webinar will feature expert insight from SIS Head of Trading Adam Conway, and Shane Clarke, Founder & Executive Director of RACELAB, an innovative racing technology provider. 

Moderated by Robin Hutchison, Director at Square in the Air, the panel will take a look into the future of horse and greyhound racing trading, including SIS Trading Services industry-leading algorithms, and RACELAB’s Odds Engine software trader tool.

Panellist and SIS Head of Trading, Adam Conway, said: “We’re excited to be a part of this SBC Webinar and discuss the future of racing trading. We believe that our tools and services can be hugely beneficial to operators all over the world, both on and offline, and look forward to introducing these alongside our partners at RACELAB during the conversation”

You can register for the webinar, taking place on Thursday, March 10 by clicking here, and entering your details. 

Not able to make the live session? Simply register anyway, and the session will be available to watch on-demand, any time you like, shortly after the live airing. 


SIS (Sports Information Services) is the leading supplier of 24/7 betting services to retail and online operators globally. Providing betting operators with desirable and profitable content with an end-to-end solution of live pictures, data, on-screen graphics with betting triggers and a wide range of markets and pricing to drive betting revenues.

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