Simplebet celebrates Indoor Football League offering roll out

July 11, 2024
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The company released its micro-betting products ahead of the upcoming postseason.

Simplebet through its collaboration with Indoor Football League (IFL) has launched its IFL micro-betting offering to its operator partners.

The product roll out is ahead of the upcoming postseason and championship games that are scheduled in Nevada next month.

This launch will give DraftKings, ESPN Bet and Betr users the chance to bet on moneyline, spreads and totals.

Simplebet CEO Chris Bevilacqua said, “Our partnership with the IFL has grown into an exciting opportunity for us to bring cutting-edge innovation to football throughout the year, and we’re delighted to be providing thrilling markets ahead of the upcoming playoffs. 

“As well as our vaunted in-play markets, we offer a variety of live markets familiar to fans so that even if they’re not intimately familiar with every player on the field, there’s still plenty of opportunities for them to place a bet.”

The supplier has been active in the MLB market for the past three years. Simplebet live markets are available to North American players across 12 brands that include DraftKings, Caesars and Hard Rock, BetSaracen and theScore Bet in the Canadian province of Ontario.

Simplebet has created a platform of micro-betting products for several professional sports leagues, including the NFL, NBA, MLB and LIV Golf, as well as for college football and college basketball. Sports betting operators, media and technology companies can offer quality micro-betting options to players in real time through Simplebet’s proprietary automated operations platform.

IFL Commissioner Todd Tryon said the group is excited to continue working with Simplebet.

He commented, “This is another example of how aligning the IFL with the brightest in the industry continues to open doors and spur growth. Simplebet pushes boundaries, creating cutting-edge interaction for our great league.

“We couldn't be more thrilled to expand our micro-betting platform before what looks to be an exciting postseason!"


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