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Pointsbets Bad Beat Index for Sports Betting
SMPP Software ProviderPointsBet, a premier global sportsbook operator, announced today the creation of "The Bad Beat Index." The index will be published regularly HERE and will utilize PointsBet's leading, in-house technology and sports expertise to create the industry-wide, official rankings system for all bad beats. The Bad Beat Index serves as the first and only quantifiable system providing metrics that determine the severity of bad beats for bettors. The index further compliments PointsBet's well-received, bettor-friendly history of placing clients first while highlighting PointsBet's Karma Kommittee and offering insight toward Good Karma Payouts – a popular PointsBet initiative that features basketball legend Allen Iverson and provides bettors relief in the event of unlikely circumstances that sway the fate of the game or season.
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