Grid, based in Berlin, specialises in gathering and analysing in-game esports data. It holds exclusive rights to data from significant titles and competitions, such as the upcoming 2023 Dota Pro Circuit.
The data that is obtained through this partnership with Grid will be translated into esports odds, risk management and iFrame solutions by Oddin. This will enable Oddin to offer accurate and up-to-date data across its services.
Marek Suchar, Co-founder & Managing Director, Partnerships at Oddin.gg, said: “We are thrilled to be working with Grid. There are strong unifying aspects of our two businesses and we believe that these elements will help us build a truly exceptional solution.
"The partnership helps us to offer our clients the most engaging product in the esports industry, enabling us to continue providing the best services to bookmakers and platforms across the globe.”
Oddin.gg is partnered with the likes of Betway, Sportbet.io and Loot.Bet, being the first esports-focused odds supplier to be licensed to operate in the US.
Mikael Westerling, Chief Sales Officer at Grid, said: “The importance of speed and accuracy of esports data is something that both Oddin.gg, and us at Grid value greatly, making this partnership feel natural."
"Partnering with Oddin.gg is an exciting initiative that will ensure quality odds services for the global esports market, and we are glad to be able to provide Oddin.gg with official data assets across multiple titles – from the established CS:GO and Dota 2 to the newly emerging and exciting titles such as Valorant.”