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mhd-ibrahim Mhd Ibrahim|   Feb 03, 2021

Best e-sports data providers?

Which e-sports data providers offer the best data and information overall?

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Esport APIs

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API Databases provided by ESport API can be used by customers to understand, use and exploit eSport match results for their own personal uses, betting and more.

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Goalserve Data API

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Goal serve data API platform offers sports data information like Live Score, Live Stats, Standings, Fixtures and more.

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iSports API Esports API

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iSports API Esports API provides live gameplay of major games in addition to league, team, player, rankings, and other stats

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Abios Esports API

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Esport API makes all related data available in one place in only one format.

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Bayes Esports BEDEX

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Bayes Esports BEDEX provides e-sports data exchange by connecting the consumers, data right holders and service providers in the e-sports industry.

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