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The SCCG Venture Fund I, an alternative investment fund that focuses on gaming opportunities, has announced its recent investment in OddsAI, a client partner of SCCG Management revolutionizing the sports betting industry through its innovative football betting markets and odds technology.

OddsAI’s cutting-edge machine learning processes and sophisticated AI-based predictive analytics have set a new standard for odds creation, making them a natural partner for the SCCG Venture Fund. The fund aims to increase value and distribute profit through investing in gaming opportunities and sees OddsAI as an ideal investment opportunity, targeting the best opportunities for Seed/Series A funding.

“The SCCG Venture Fund is thrilled to announce our strategic investment partnership with OddsAI and support its vision for the future of sports betting,” Stephen Crystal, CEO of SCCG Management, said. “The innovative approach that OddsAI brings to the table is truly game-changing and we believe its expertise in predictive analytics and machine learning will continue to bring a fresh perspective to the industry.”

“It has been a huge year for Odds AI,” Jack Atkinson, CEO of OddsAI, said. “The tremendous success of our industry-leading football odds feed has now been proven with multiple customers enjoying the significant benefits of our highly innovative product and automated bet settlement service. SCCG has played an important role in getting Odds AI into a winning position in which we are primed to accelerate the low-cost production of our machine-learning (AI) driven product roadmap and critically rapidly scale our business by distributing our premium odds feed to many more savvy sportsbook customers. This investment from SCCG Venture Fund 1 is a strong signal that Odds AI is ready to scale rapidly and we are thrilled that SCCG are firmly in our corner to fuel our growth.”

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Alan Campbell began reporting on the global gaming industry from the late-1990s after graduating from university with a degree in journalism and history. His career has included collaborations with a large number of traditional and digital publications from around the globe with the experienced professional having covered a plethora of topics, companies, regulatory developments and technological innovations.


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