Tuesday August 4, 2020

Dublin tech firm aims to help bookmakers go digital

Bosca Bet allows bookies to display information such as race cards, predictions, form and live pricing

11th September, 2016
Fergal Downey of Bosca Bet says it is not intended to replace the Racing PostFergal Phillips

A Dublin-based company is in talks with major bookmakers in Ireland and Britain after developing technology to bring the traditional betting shop into the digital age.

Bosca Bet, set up by Fergal Downey, allows bookmakers to display information such as race cards, predictions, form and live pricing on up to 14 screens in store.

It plans to be in 20 per cent of the marketplace in Ireland and Britain within 18 months, according to Downey.

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