iSports API:One-Stop Sports Data Solution
Posted on December 20, 2019
iSports API is one-stop data solutions for all kinds of media platforms, especially digital media.
Match Data covers live scores, live matches as well as fixtures & results. Live Scores are not only available for soccer and basketball, but also tennis, baseball, American football and more. A wide coverage of more than 100 countries and nearly 1000 competitions. Languages, such as Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, English, Vietnamese, Thai, Korean and Japanese are optional. Fairly up-to-date data, including status, live scores, etc.
Live Matches including real-time data for the ongoing matches, including goals, reds, yellows, line-ups, etc. Basic information and statistic about a match, like venue, referee, weather, etc would be all covered.
Further more, comprehensive and professional data service on fixtures & results must be provided. A worldwide coverage, up-to-the-minute fixture and a rough outline of a match are all in our list.
Match Analysis provides all-time head-to-head records. Trend in performance, including the Asian Handicap results for the last 20 games. A comprehensive database with more than 960,000 games make a purely objective analysis available.
Database with more than 24,000 teams and more than 140,000 players covered nearly 200 countries with more than 1200 competitions. In addition, team/player info. in different languages are available upon request.
Getafe president confirms Carles Aleñá talks with Barcelona
Getafe barely missed out on Champions League qualification last season, falling two points short of the task and qualifying for the Europa League for just the third time in the club’s history, as per iSports API. The azulones have proved last season’s campaign was no fluke and are currently in four
Knicks hire ex-Cavaliers coach David Blatt as consultant
The New York Knicks announced that they hired David Blatt as a basketball operations consultant. "I look forward to the next step in my career as I officially retire from coaching," Blatt said, in part, in a statement released by the Knicks. "I've long been intrigued by working in a front office."
Anthony Davis sits in Lakers' loss to Pacers with ankle sprain
Anthony Davis did not play in the Lakers' 105-102 loss to the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday night due to a mild ankle sprain. It was the second game Davis has missed this season. He is leading the team in points (27.4), rebounds (9.3) and blocks (2.6) per game, as per iSports basketball API. In Davis'