COPLAY, PA  – March 22, 2022 – The Northwoods League, a leader in the development of elite college baseball players and SIS, a leading sports data and analytics provider, today announced a partnership naming SIS as the exclusive Official Data Provider of the league.

As part of the partnership, SIS will collect, analyze and distribute historical and live real-time Northwoods League Sports and Betting Data. SIS will be granted the exclusive right to license and distribute the relevant data to sports betting operators and media. The deal also awards SIS limited rights to distribute video highlights via SIS platforms and through licensed sports betting operator platforms. 

Dan Hannigan-Daley, CEO of Sports Info Solutions, said, “Baseball is in our blood at SIS and to be able to support the Northwoods League with data and betting products as the US sports betting market grows is something we’re exceptionally excited about, for all parties – the Northwoods League and its teams, SIS, sportsbooks and most of all baseball fans!” 

“We are extremely excited about this game changing partnership with SIS. I’m particularly pleased that SIS is so invested in the game of baseball and look forward to them helping to bring a whole new level of exposure to the Northwoods League.”, said Northwoods League Chairman, Dick Radatz, Jr.

SIS will support Northwoods’ integrity and social responsibility efforts, including efforts regarding bet types, anti-piracy, and problem gambling, alongside partner operators and those offering wagering on the Northwoods League.


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About Northwoods League

The Northwoods League is the proven leader in the development of elite college baseball players. It is the largest organized baseball league in the world with 22 teams, drawing significantly more fans, in a friendly ballpark experience, than any league of its kind. 



Kelsea Benoit

Northwoods League

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