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One of the leading Pennsylvania online casino and sports betting apps, betPARX, announced the launch of the new SPARX tab. Developed in conjunction with the technology company Epoxy.ai, the SPARX tab delivers personalized betting options for users.
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Epoxy.ai Drives Innovation in Sports Gaming and Media with first end-to-end Personalization Platform
Epoxy.ai — the new innovation leader in AI driven sports technology — today announced a new milestone in the evolution of sports media and gaming with the commercial launch of the first comprehensive personalized betting destination within the betPARX sports betting app.
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Epoxy.ai provides AI-driven cloud-based solutions for betting operators to sync sports games on television with sports betting, and provide users with recommended bets.
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The Pennsylvania-based founders of OneTwoSee, who were influential in integrating live statistics into game broadcasts, are now looking to fundamentally update the sports betting experience through their new technology venture, Epoxy.ai.
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