Betradar Unified Odds ensures you can uniformly access all odds for all events (matches, races, outrights) that Betradar supports in a consistent and fast manner.
There are two ways to access Betradar Unified Odds-related information: either through the UnifiedFeed Software Development Kit (SDK) library in Java and C#, or directly at the protocol level.
The preferred and recommended mechanism is the UnifiedFeed SDK as it helps simplify protocol handling; in particular, things like caching of descriptive localized meanings of markets, outcomes, players, teams, etc. Unless fine-grained control is a requirement, you can focus on the SDK and can safely disregard the protocol specification.Supported platforms:
MTS SDK is a client library that enables easier integration with the Sportradar MTS.
SDK exposes well defined API and hides ticket response parsing, proper connection handling, error recovery, event queuing and dispatching.
It also makes a client solution easier to maintain with regular version updates.
SDK supports ticket version 2.4.
Note (2019/5/10): The major and minor versions will specify the version of the ticket supported by the given SDK version, the build version will be incremented each time new feature is released or a bug is fixed.
Breaking changes will only be allowed when releasing the SDK for a new ticket version (when a major or minor version changes). Subsequent builds of that version will not contain any breaking changes. If a feature requiring a breaking change is requested, it will be introduced along with the support for next ticket version.
LiveData SDK is a client library that enables easier integration with the Livescout XML feed. Sdk exposes XML feed service interface in a user-friendly way and takes care of XML feed parsing, proper connection handling, error recovery, event queuing and dispatching for clients. It also makes the client solution more stable and robust when it comes to feed handling, especially with the release of new and updated XML feed version.
We would like to inform you that Bookmaker SDK became Livedata SDK. It is still possible to use Bookmaker SDK (no longer maintained since 01.07.2023) but we strongly suggest to move towards Livedata SDK. More information can be found under 'LiveData platforms'.