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    Hi, I am just curious what kind of maintenance are you guys have to do on the scripts? I have had a few running for coming up on 3 years and I haven't updated them once.

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    For a good odds comparison on most of bettypes, sportleagues/sportevents and bookmakers you have to calculate at least $20K. Frankly said I estimate the price at a lot more. And you must be lucky that the softwaredesigner is really good. Otherwise you will have to reinvest again and again to get the software updated.
    And don't forget the server costs. A virtual server won't do it for such a project.

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    hi guys, just reading through the thread here. I work for OLBG.co.uk, we've developed our own live odds solution. We weren't happy with the solutions out there, so created our own for OLBG + our other mini sites. If you want to give ours a try, you can use our demo account - Login - Enter your account to create test units to display upcoming matches across 13 different sports. If you have any questions you can give me a shout - sinead@invendium.co.uk

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    Not sure where you guys are getting 20k from? Not that complex a coding job, just requires parsing XML files and displaying the data in a comparison table.

    What exactly do you think you're getting for 20k?
    Currently looking to buy income earning websites. I have a large budget for the right project. If you have any form of money earning site in gambling, finance or any other related niche, and want to sell, ship me a pm and let's work out a deal.

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    just requires parsing XML files and displaying the data in a comparison table.
    Obv you've never attempted this before.

    parsing xml is the easy part, but the comparison table gets tricky. Each book has a different feed, different layout, and different names for almost every team.

    New York Giants
    NY Giants
    N.Y. Giants
    Giants

    And that's just a simple example of one American football team, don't even get me started on soccer. You have to go through each feed, line by line, to pick out these subtle differences.

    Sure, some books have the same ROT, but not all of them and not for all sports. It's a very tedious, time consuming job and if you want it done correctly, it's going to cost.
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    Mike, you beat me to it. Each sportsbook is different in some way so you have to do a lot of testing and work with what they are offering. Also some book have restrictions on what you can access and how often and some books don't even use ROT numbers so matching them up is no simple task.

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    Anyone found odds script or someone who make it?

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    I'm also looking for a good solution to my sportsbet portal.

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    sorry to bump this old thread, anyone found an update to this?
    I'm looking for a reputable odds aggrgator or someone that can build a system to obtain the odds direct from bookies themselves (though this looks like a headache to maintain)

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    Default WTB: Looking for Basic ODDS / XML Display setup

    Getting a full track-the-odds XML aggregator running across multiple sportsbooks seems to be quite expensive.

    As an alternative, I would like to get a very basic PHP script running that will display just ONE Sportsbook, and one or two sports at first on Wordpress.

    so: Bovada, NFL + College Football.

    After that basic phase is running, I could add in a few more sportsbooks, etc later, possibly using a purchased data feed (to simplify that portion of the problem).

    Any suggestions? Also willing to consider a data feed supplier if it is reasonably low cost, and will also want the front end to be styled with some good looking pretty CSS so that it displays in an attractive manner.
    thanks.


 

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