US startup Atlas World Sports launches app for sports betting data



tlas World Sports is releasing its Atlas World Sports app at the end of August 2021. 

The new Atlas product is set to provide NFL and all sports fans league scores, stats on teams and players and news. It is expected to eventually include personalized AI for subscribers. 

The app will provide bettors direct access to the online sportsbooks for placing their bet with sportsbooks like FanDuel, DraftKings, PointsBet, William Hill/Caesars, BetRivers, BetMGM, Barstool, WynnBet, among others.

It will be available for download in the iOS and Android App Stores.

In an official press release, Atlas World Sports Founder Robert Kraft spoke about the company’s new mobile offer.

“We built this app because we’re sports fans. Like all sports fans,, we have massive FOMO when it comes to our favorite teams and betting. If there’s a betting site where the Packers are favored by 3 and another site where they’re only favored by 2.5, as a sports bettor, having that knowledge makes all the difference before placing my bet”. 

He also explained the way in which the app operates. It works similarly to a travel app. Think of Atlas World Sports like using Trivago, Expedia or Priceline to find the most advantageous flights for your airline, time and price preferences”, he compared. “We now will deliver that same technology for all the sportsbook choices a bettor must sort through based on their personalized filters”. 

Atlas is currently a member in the largest Sports Technology Accelerator in the world from Tel Aviv, Israel known as Hype Global Virtual Accelerator 2.0. It is on pace to finish its SEED Round soon.

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