Singular.live, the pioneer of revolutionary web-based technology for live graphic overlays, proudly announces a game-changing partnership with SIS (Sports Information Services), the leading multi-channel supplier of 24/7 live betting services. SIS has successfully scaled its operations and enhanced its on-screen graphics packages by embracing the Singular.live platform. In doing so, SIS was able to recreate its existing broadcast graphics across more than 30 channels in less than three months.
With the support of the Singular team’s expertise, SIS swiftly built custom graphics with seamlessly integrated data and animations. Singular.live’s cutting-edge technology empowered SIS to run over 30 concurrent graphic outputs 24/7, 365 days a year, standing ready to meet the ever-evolving expectations of bettors and bookmakers worldwide.
Using Singular.live has proven to be a game-changer for SIS, allowing them to scale efficiently while eliminating the need for lengthy and costly development cycles. Their designers can now build sophisticated graphics in hours rather than weeks or months, enabling them to stay agile and responsive in a fast-paced industry such as live betting. Besides faster delivery times, SIS’s partnership with Singular.live has significantly improved graphic quality.
Andy Regent, Head of Broadcast at SIS, says: “Singular.live has been a great partner throughout this project. With the support from its team, we were quickly able to build compositions, apply the relevant data to them with contemporary animations, and have them react to live events.”
Singular.live’s CEO, Andrew Heimbold, commented: “Completely recreating SIS’s graphics packages in the short space of three months was a perfect demonstration of the speed with which customers can adopt and deploy Singular. With this successful partnership, we are reinforcing our commitment to revolutionise all facets of the sports industry and empower businesses like SIS to stay ahead of the curve. They have embraced our platform and are now seeing just how much more it can offer.”