Defacto Sports Trading Workstation is the Next Generation Betfair Interface

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The Sports Trading Workstation (STW) from SportingLOT is an innovative, new sports trading workstation, incorporating the latest trading, portfolio and risk management techniques that can be used to access the entire range of fixed odds markets on Betfair.

The Sports Trading Workstation (STW) is fully compliant with the betfair API Developer’s Program. It operates over a proprietary Internet-based network that combines real time price streaming technology with an impressive array of trading tools, such as live market analytics and risk management features. Making possible a whole new range of unique value added services to betfair users.

Whether you want to view or trade multiple betfair markets simultaneously, analyze pricing trends or just avail of powerful one click trading and real time dutching and laying calculators, the STW will considerably enhance your use of the betfair exchange, taking this unique betting experience to new heights of profitability.

The STW has successfully completed a significant period of beta testing in conjunction with over 350 betfair exchange members and was released to the marketplace today, 23 June 2005. Potential new users of the service can sign up for a seven day trial for just 1 pound (GBP) and experience the full functionality of the STW. Should they wish to take up a monthly subscription the price is just 59.95 GBP per month. Users can subscribe using one of the SportingLOT Web sites: http://www.stw-sportstrader.com or

http://www.stw-sportstrader.co.uk.

Other bulk rates are available for commercial organizations.

Trial members can also review the experiences of the beta testers in the STW Forum at http://www.stw-sportstrader.com where a host of additional information is also available including a download link, eClass link, together with details of online STW tutorials and a link to download their very own desktop hot link to the STW.

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