Gaming Society taps Tallysight as content partner

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Gaming Society is strengthening its content offering with a partnership with content odds platform Tallysight. Gaming Society will utilize Tallysight’s platform to enhance its current offering, in particular its Bet on Women campaign.

 “Our ongoing partnership with Tallysight has been instrumental in our efforts to provide high-quality content and educational resources to our audience. With the addition of their unique odds comparison module, we are excited to continue pushing the envelope in the sports betting industry, particularly in prioritizing available women’s sports markets and where to bet on them. We are proud to partner with Tallysight in our mission to make sports betting more accessible and inclusive for all,” said Gaming Society Founder Jaymee Messler.

Tallysight’s technology offers no-code embeds of sports betting lines across a range of sportsbooks. For Gaming Society, these modules can highlight which sportsbooks offer lines on women’s sports leagues like the WNBA and WNSL. Gaming Society’s own Marissa Coleman has spoken with SBC Americas before about the lack of markets, particularly prop bets, when it comes to womens sports.

“We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Gaming Society, as we share the common goal of making sports gaming more accessible to all sports fans. This partnership represents a significant step forward for us as we empower more creators and content teams to increase distribution of content on women’s sports. Gaming Society is at the forefront of this burgeoning movement and we are honored to be working alongside them,” said Tallysight CEO Matt Peterson.

The list of Tallysight partnerships continues to grow with the latest news as Gaming Society joins the ranks of The Athletic, Catena Media, and Gannett among others.