Record winning Tweets give rise to a Favourit worth backing.
The recent Japan vs. US World Cup Women’s Soccer match was a true crowd pleaser, with the Japanese team scoring a 3-1 victory in the penalty shootout, the first time an Asian nation has won the competition. Reported widely around the blogosphere including prominent tech commentators Techcrunch, Twitter recorded an astonishing 7196 Tweets per second beating most recent winners including the News of the World Phone Hacking scandal, the Royal Wedding and Osama Bin Laden’s death.
Meanwhile, in the lead up to it’s anticipated global launch, Favourit, a unique online sports betting and entertainment network monitored some revealing statistics through its cutting edge technology. Favourit monitored online conversations about the game in real time and identifed that despite the bookmakers pricing the match for a USA victory, the crowd’s opinion thought differently in volume and sentiment, which peaked at 11:1 in favour of Japan during the course of the game.
Favourit’s community is designed to allow users to find the true match favourite through real time conversation, insightful analytics and media. Members can utilize this type of information to make more informed decisions about backing a team and getting better visibility in the market. Favourit provides a completely unique application to bet on sports, entertainment and new emerging markets, whether using a bookmaking partner’s integrated account or in virtual currency for kudos and rewards.
Favourit is a unique online sports betting and entertainment network (developed and commercialized by Agility Interactive) that allows friends to connect and share the experience of following and supporting a team, performer or popular figure.
Connecting premium bookmaking and media partners around the globe to the platform, the solution allows users to create a completely personalized experience and get exclusive access to information and data from our Favourit crowd.
Favourit puts users in the front row for the ultimate online entertainment experience.