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MARKET LEADERS IN AI SPORT ANALYITICS

Just Five years ago to hear about AI Technology in sports may of been rare, Now we are at a point where this technology of the future is slowly integrating its self into our day to day lives. We off access to the worlds most accurate sporting predictions.

The beginnings of sports betting can be traced back to ancient times. The ancient Greeks are known to this day for their fondness for sporting activities, and it is not without reason that many of them are depicted in the form of very sporty statues. The first sports bets are said to have existed for the 23rd Olympiad in 676 BC. Back then, betting on gladiator fights was very popular, with the bet being placed on the supposedly best gladiator. Chariot racing and of course the disciplines of the Olympic Games were also very popular for betting.

In the 18th century in Great Britain, the possibilities of betting changed as a result. Horse racing was particularly popular at the time. Usually only the rich and aristocratic parts of the population bet locally. What was new was the option not only to bet on a certain horse, but also to predict certain outcomes. Similar to today, when you can not only determine who wins a football or tennis match, but also the score at the end of the game.

It took almost another century before sports betting finally reached Germany at the beginning of the 19th century. At the end of the 19th century, football bets also became popular and their popularity has changed little today.

Transition to Modern Day online sports books

It is difficult to say exactly when online gambling began, but it is commonly accepted that it was effectively born in 1994. This is when the island nation of Antigua and Barbuda passed its Free Trade and Processing Act. Under the terms of this act, licenses could be granted to companies who wanted to provide gambling services over the internet. Since then, the online gambling industry has grown at a truly amazing pace.

Online sports betting began shortly after the early online casinos.The first site was Everygame in 1996, and others soon followed. The
placing of wagers on sporting events over the internet was very popular with gamblers all around the world, and the industry took off in a big
way. A number of new companies were formed to enter the market, and most existing bookmakers opened up web-based operations to complement their existing businesses.

As with online casinos, things were very competitive. Betting sites also offered generous bonuses and free bets to new customers as a
way to attract more bettors. A number of other promotions were introduced, too, as sites tried to stand out from their competitors.
Things like enhanced odds and cash back offers became commonplace, and the range of different wagers that were available greatly increased,
too.