Live scores

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Live scores is a type of service offered by many sports-related websites and broadcasters as well as online sports betting operators. The idea of live scores is to provide real time information about sports results from various disciplines. Live scores are usually free and are very popular among sports betting enthusiasts, as they allow viewing collected data on many sports events. In the past, live score services were only available on TV through teletext or on the radio. There are now many websites providing live scores. It is possible to follow live results of many events at the same time. Some sites provide additional information, such as a player list, card details, substitution and an online chat where sports fans can gather and discuss the current event.[1] Several sports organizations such Major league baseball and the National Football League have set up their own networks to deliver live scores via mobile phones.[2]

Livescore companies provide online result service on all available sports and events. They need to follow the latest trends, as stated, be mobile phone friendly, enable app downloads, and make available mobile friendly website versions. Livescore [3] is not only about the sport. In general terms, data providers spread information about politics, business news, currency trends. All this is about providing data to the public. Main income of sport data providers is from affiliate marketing and advertisement. One of the most known sport data providers is LiveScore Group, who acquired domain name livescore.com.[4] in 2017.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Murray, Scott (2010). Football For Dummies, p. 268. John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 0470664401
  2. ^ Doorley, John and Garcia, Helio Fred (2006). Reputation Management: The Key to Successful Public Relations and Corporate Communication, p. 113. Taylor & Francis. ISBN 0415974704
  3. ^ Livescore: football [1]
  4. ^ Livescore: football scores [2]

5. BCE Live Scores [3]