Statscore announces improved data for the upcoming NBA season

October 24, 2023

The sports data company will offer a range of basketball data, stats and insights.

The new National Basketball Association (NBA) season gets underway on October 24 with the Los Angeles Lakers against the Denver Nuggets and the Phoenix Suns against the Golden State Warriors and Statscore will continue to provide insight for sports businesses, with an enhanced set of data, across the entirety of the season, to engage basketball fans.

Every game, both in the regular season and playoff game, will be covered by Statscore, Stats revolving around teams and players, such as points scored, field goals made/missed/attempted, two-point/three-point shots, free throws, assists, turnovers, steals, rebounds and blocks will also be covered.

There will be advanced data provided for bookmakers to assist them in setting their odds and for sports media companies to create their content.

Statscore's data is available through a range of products, including ScoutsFeed and SportsAPI, which will soon be followed by LivematchPro, and PrematchPro.

Bookmakers are able to use the data in order to help boost turnover and user retention throughout the NBA season, as they provide their users with an in-depth variety of data which they use in helping with making betting decisions, with fans more interested in knowing about stats.

Additionally, sports media outlets can use the data to contain it all within a single hub, so fans can easily access the stats at any time, including in real-time.

At the start of last month, Statscore extended its soccer coverage of more South American soccer tournaments.


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