Statscore expands to LatAm to provide more soccer data

September 8, 2023

LiveMatchPro is available in 36 different languages.

Broadening the amount of data made available by Statscore, the company has now extended its coverage of more South American soccer tournaments.

Responding to the growing demand for sports data from South American leagues and tournaments, the broadened coverage will now cover a number of tournaments from countries such as Brazil and Argentina.

The soccer data that will be provided for these tournaments will include all key soccer match tropes such as: goals, assists, corners, shots on/off target, offsides, yellow cards, substitutions, attacks, throw-ins and more.

The updated Statscore coverage will be available through the ScoutsFeed product as well as in Statscore’s live data widgets such as LiveMatchPro.

LiveMatchPro was embedded onto the company’s website as a new widget back in July and the feature provides 36 available languages.

Adam Działach, Product Manager at Statscore, commented, “At Statscore, we’re dedicated to expanding the data we offer to our sports betting and media partners. With the Latin American market growing, we’re excited about this latest expansion, which will certainly meet growing demands for more in-depth coverage of the region’s top football competitions.”

Back in August, Statscore expanded its cricket coverage with 2023 Asian Cup data, which was based in Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Additionally, similar to its LatAm expansion, Statscore has expanded its football coverage to include Asian leagues and competitions. 

Furthermore, Fortuna 1 Liga, the second division of men’s professional football in Poland, recently named Statscore as its official league statistics partner. 


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