Historical odds base F.A.Q

What service do you offer?

We offer access to a bookmakers historical odds archive database that contains game odds information for 20 years.

What sports are in this database?

The database has the most popular sports like: Football, Basketball, Hockey, Tennis, Baseball, American Football, Volleyball, Handball, eSports, Badminton, Table Tennis.

Odds of which bookmakers are present in the database?

The database has the odds of the most popular bookmakers in the world like: Bet365, Pinnacle, 1xBet, Bwin, Unibet, William Hill, GGBET.

Where do you get the data from?

We get data from from open sources.

How can I access the database?

You will be able to access the database after order.

Can I download the data or export it to an excel spreadsheet?

No. Data can only be accessed through our web table.

Do you have API access?

No, we don't have API access.

What is your refund policy?

We have a no refunds policy. You can read more about our policies here.

How much is an order?

You can find pricing information on this page.

How can I get access to the database before purchasing access?

You will be able to access the demo version of the database on this page.

Why do I need your base? How will the base help me?

Best of all predicts what will be in the future - what was in the past. Our database is needed for betting players. Most bookmakers are likely to know the outcome of almost all games. Depending on the outcome, bookmakers put odds on different types of bets. Let's say in 2010 there was a game between Team 1 and Team 2. The bookmakers knew in advance that with a high probability Team 1 would win. Therefore, they gave for the victory of Team 1 - 1.70, for a draw - 3.45 and for the victory of Team 2 - 4.20. The game ended with a score of 2-1. Let's say tomorrow other teams play. Bookmakers there also know with a high probability that Team 1 will win in this game. Bookmakers also give odds in this game as they did in 2010 / 1.70 / 3.45 / 4.20 /. We open the base, enter these odds and get the game of 2010, where the first team won 2-1. So in tomorrow’s game, bookmakers expect Team 1 to win. So you need to bet on Team 1. Thus, the odds base predicted a future outcome.

How often do you update the database?

We update the database every day.