Sportsbook Software
Posted by: tokcok (---.tm.net.my)
Date: April 1, 2007 11:40PM

Hi,

anyone have any idea how much will it cost to develop a sports book program with multi level affliates?

Sports book will focus on asian handicap,over/ under,1x2,HT/FT,parlay,odd/even,outright,total goal just for soccer.

Other sports required too.

Those with source codes pls keep it for urself and dun advertise to me.

I am looking at everything inhouse....example is mansion88.com which is done by betoptions.


Re: Sportsbook Software
Posted by: m88 (---.asianetcom.net)
Date: April 4, 2007 04:11AM

u gotta be kidding...the software is definitely not built by that silly company. fictious self promotion is sad...


tokcok Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Hi,
>
> anyone have any idea how much will it cost to
> develop a sports book program with multi level
> affliates?
>
> Sports book will focus on asian handicap,over/
> under,1x2,HT/FT,parlay,odd/even,outright,total
> goal just for soccer.
>
> Other sports required too.
>
> Those with source codes pls keep it for urself and
> dun advertise to me.
>
> I am looking at everything inhouse....example is
> mansion88.com which is done by betoptions.
>
>



Re: Sportsbook Software
Posted by: JerryG (124.106.186.---)
Date: April 4, 2007 08:42AM

I can't say who they are presently using, but I know Mansion used BetOptions originally, so I'm not sure why you say that. I also doubt that this guy is affiliated with them, so I'm not sure why you jump to the assumption that he is self promoting.

I recall some other questions he had asked in the past and think he is a legitimate person looking for answers. There are plenty of other people on this forum who are deserving of the smart ass replies.

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Re: Sportsbook Software
Posted by: tokcok (---.net.my)
Date: April 5, 2007 08:59PM

well, i am not interested in which company mansion88 is using....

i just want to know how much and how long is needed to get a system like mansion 88 done?


Re: Sportsbook Software
Posted by: Mcluhan (---.ppp.ucc-net.ca)
Date: April 5, 2007 09:54PM


It depends who is asking, as to 'how much'. What area is your expertise in?

a) are u a software development team now?
b) have you directed software development before?
c) do you have a dev team in the wings somewhere?
d) are u going for the 'Indian Solution' and intend to re-engineer/re-invent etc
e) what is your background in SB ops? Have u ever seen the backend of a SB before?

SB software development, (and I am no expert in this SB area either, so take this opinion as given by someone who has been around SB software and worked with it, but not as a user) in my opinion can ONLY be developed by a team that has access to a front end user group. I am sure others will disagree but that is my opinion.

The only reason I can think of, why anyone would stray into this development area, now in 2007, when there are so many good vendors out there, with really good and very cost-effective product, products which have evolved over 10 years in response to constantly changing field conditions, would be for the reason to become a vendor themselves. (either that or just to burn money on an adventure). In which case you are on a 2 year learning curve and best have a $300,000 budget. If you are a good low-cost development team with lots of experience in a related area, and have at your disposal a SB in operation now, someone who is involved at a hands-on level, and familiar with operations, you might cut both numbers in half.

Whereas, for about 10K to 20, you could be up and running in 60 days, using current existing vendor products, and probably get exactly what you are looking for. Plus avoid the stress related heart-attack...

Re: Sportsbook Software
Posted by: Mcluhan (---.ppp.ucc-net.ca)
Date: April 5, 2007 10:12PM

ADDENDUM:

and that's just the sports book, there is also the ecommerce dimension, a different kettle of fish. You will need to develop your own in-house cashier, or rent one. But what solutions will you integrate? Then another part of fun begins..

There is also the CS messaging system, another application that needs to be integrated, and of course developed.

Re: Sportsbook Software
Posted by: tokcok (---.net.my)
Date: April 6, 2007 06:22AM

Dear Mcluhan,

Thanks for ur reply and belief that i am not self promoting.

I know nuts about programming. So its negative for all the suggested questions.

I have experience running sportsbook and have seen 3-4 solutions from asia which do not have e-commerce. Have not seen a live and big system before.

currenlty i only have access to a local programmer with no related experience.

Thinking of building one myself, cos system i enquired like orbis,finsoft are really on the high end. Simply, i cant afford it.

Rgds,

Re: Sportsbook Software
Posted by: tokcok (---.net.my)
Date: April 6, 2007 06:24AM

Can someone advise on the below too?

Buying sportsbook source-code, modify it to my liking...possible?

Rgds,

Re: Sportsbook Software
Posted by: Mcluhan (---.ppp.ucc-net.ca)
Date: April 6, 2007 06:25PM



Well great, something we don't see often on this board, a completely honest answer :)

email me, and i will advise you how u might achieve your end goal without buying code. U can also ask Jerry, because he knows a lot about the business.

email me at mcluhan_offshore at yahoo dot com


Re: Sportsbook Software
Posted by: tokcok (---.tm.net.my)
Date: April 7, 2007 03:38AM

already send u the mail



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