Breaking boundaries, leading provider of sports data solutions provider FeedConstruct has announced a partnership with World Archery, marking the first-ever exclusive betting data and video partnership for the esteemed international federation.
FeedConstruct obtains the worldwide exclusive rights to betting data collection and betting streaming for various archery disciplines, including Target Archery and Indoor Archery.
Narek Harutyunyan, Head of Content Acquisition at FeedConstruct, says: “We are proud to announce our groundbreaking partnership with World Archery. Through this collaboration, we aim to elevate the popularity of archery as a betting market, providing accurate data insights for an enhanced fan experience.”
The partnership encompasses the Recurve and Compound bow styles and captures the thrilling action from archery matches featuring the world’s notable athletes, such as South Korea’s Kim Woo-Jin and An San, Mete Gazoz from Turkey, India’s Deepika Kumari, Brady Ellison from the US, Mike Schloesser from Netherlands, Colombia’s Sara Lopez and many more.
FeedConstruct will cover hundreds of archery matches per year across a wide range of events, including the Hyundai Archery World Cup, Hyundai World Archery Championships, Continental Championships and many more international and regional events.
Professor Dr Ugur Erdener, World Archery President, adds: “We are thrilled to have agreed archery’s first-ever data partnership with FeedConstruct. This cooperation will ensure that the sport’s international betting market is properly monitored and helps to fund the athlete education programmes that keep fair play at the heart of archery’s competition values.”
Archery is practiced and enjoyed worldwide with a rich history and global appeal. Athletes from around the globe compete at World Archery’s major tournaments and multisport events like the Olympic Games, where the sport first featured in 1900.
South Korea is widely regarded as the world-leader in Recurve archery, having secured an impressive 27 out of 39 gold medals on offer at the Olympics since 1984, while China, India and Mexico are among the nations delivering regular results on the international stage.