2023 Women's World Cup Confirmed Coverage
The stage is set for the 2023 Women's World Cup in Australia + New Zealand later this year. Now is the perfect time to start preparing your platform as this event rounds out the summer.
The Women's World Cup is set to kick off on Thursday, July 20th, and captivate the world until Sunday, August 20th.
The month-long event will have the world's attention and your users will be eager to follow along. Leverage SportsDataIO's real-time data and odds coverage to ensure your platform is set up for success.
For the 2023 Women's World Cup SportsDataIO is excited to announce that we will have full market coverage for scores, stats, and odds.
In-Depth Odds Coverage
- SportsDataIO will provide partners access to coverage of odds beyond a match's moneyline. Partners can be provisioned access to team props, game props, and player props!
- Team Props: Total Goal, Exact Team Goals, To Win By 2+, etc.
- Game Props: Both Teams To Score, Correct Score, Exact Goals Scored, etc.
SportsDataIO distributes all of its data + content via two methods - APIs and Widgets.
- Perfect as the foundational element to any platform delivered in both XML and JSON.
- Sports Data
- Top-to-bottom Gameday Coverage and tournament-long coverage including scores, stats, rosters, and more!
- Betting Data
- All available pregame and in-game betting markets like moneyline, totals, and props.
- Fantasy Data
- Market-leading projections as well as all other fantasy-specific data like salaries + slates, points, and advanced metrics.
- News & Images
- In addition to player headshots and in-game images, our news feed in partnership with Rotoworld provides short-form content and updates in real-time to cover matches and the player lifecycle.
- Historical Data
- Our historical database offers decades of past data to use for modeling, analytics, profile pages, and more.
To get more information about our Women's World Cup Coverage get in touch with our sales team at email@example.com.
Sam Pearson is a Senior Account Executive for SportsDataIO and has been with the company since September of 2020. Sam currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona, but grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. You can always find him catching up on the latest and greatest in the sports world, actively following the Cubs, Bears, and Blackhawks.