Denmark’s Superliga makes RunningBall official licensee
Hünenberg, Switzerland, 10 December 2010 - RunningBall (www.rball.com), the Number One in the real-time sports information sector, has been appointed an official licensee by the Danish Superliga. By way of an agreement, RunningBall scouts can officially collect and compile data at more than 500 league matches in Denmark during the 2010/2011 season.
Expanding its official presence in football, RunningBall has concluded a comprehensive licensing agreement with the Danish Superliga.
CEO Giancarlo Tottoli welcomes the latest partnership: “RunningBall is happy to be recognized by the Superliga in Denmark as a licensee for sports data information. We consider this agreement a mark of trust in our company as well as in its products and services.”
With the Danish Superliga, the agreement covers the league matches of the First Division as well as of the Second Division East and West. Officially accredited RunningBall scouts will attend a total of 552 league matches in the 2010/2011 season and faithfully compile and transmit all relevant match data.
Claus Thomsen, CEO of the Danish League (Divisionsforeningen), stated: “With the ever expanding scope of coverage of football matches and the related sports data management we feel that transparency in this respect is of major importance. We are therefore pleased to work together with a company that ensures complete reliability and trustworthiness in this area.”
Years of experience, industry-specific know-how and a global cross-linked structure make RunningBall the Number One in the real-time sports information sector. As a leading supplier of computer-aided match analyses, RunningBall, through its extensive network of 1,100 scouts, covers over 30,000 football games a year from 70 countries, including competitions in other sports. Apart from bookmakers, the most important market for information supplied by RunningBall is the world of media, football associations and clubs as well as university research institutions.