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This value will be null until status is "completed". An object representing a bet the bet slip outcome is based on. The bet contains all the necessary information to grade that specific aspect of the bet slip. In the case of a betSlip. Otherwise, the betSlip. Bets can be refreshed at the bettor or the bettorAccount level. When you request a refresh at the bettor level, we will refresh bets from all of the bettorAccounts associated with that bettor.
Bet refreshes are an asynchronous process up to 30 seconds and can occur at different times for different bettorAccounts. Regardless of the manner in which you refresh bets we notify you when a refresh is complete by a webhook event refreshresponse.
The IDs of all bettorAccounts which are successfully scheduled for refresh will be returned in the "refresh" category of the response. If a book has restricted access its ID will be listed in the "noAccess" category of the response. If a book or specific state associated with a book is currently inactive i. The response also includes a timestamp and an identifier requestId for the request.
The asynchronous refreshResponse for each bettorAccount refresh is sent via the webhoook event refreshresponse. The refreshResponse object includes the same requestId so that it can be matched with the initial request. This endpoint refreshes bets for a specific bettorAccount.
The timestamp and identifier for the request are returned immediately, and a single refreshResponse is returned asynchronously via webhook. With a refreshResponseID you can request all of the bets associated with this refreshResponse. You can use this endpoint to get only bets that have been created or updated since your last refresh.
A bet represents an individually graded element on the bet slip. Different slip types have different logic that governs how the individually graded bets will interact to generate a slip outcome. A unique identifier representing the bet. The two types are "Straight" and "Prop".
A straight bet is a wager on the result of an event, or a segment of an event. A prop is anything that is not a wager on the result of an event, or a segment of an event. Standard spreads, moneylines and totals on a full game, period or half would be straight bets, while an individual player to score over a certain number of points would be a prop.
An object representing the event the bet outcome is based on. The event object includes a unique id, some descriptive information about the bet, and some associated data provider identifiers. If you use a specific sports data feed, we recommend you use their identifier to associate the bet with your own event infrastructure. Proposition represents the aspect of the event that is being bet on. In the case of a straight bet, this will always be one of spread, moneyline, total or 3-way.
In the case of a prop bet, this can be one of those four options, or a description of unique aspect like "gatorade color". An object representing the propDetail : a list of structured information that further defines the prop. This will be null unless bet. This represents the specific half, quarter, or other specific segment of the contest that the bet is based on. A position represents which side of a wager the bettor is taking against the book.
In the case of a total, the position would be "over" or "under", while in the case of a spread the position would be a team. Represents the line set by the sportsbook for this particular bet. In the case of a total or spread proposition this will contain a value, otherwise it will be null.
A value representing whether the bet was 'live' or not. A live bet is defined as a wager placed during a specific matchup. This field will be 'true' if there is necessary information missing from the structured fields of the bet. This will happen when the bet being represented is not supported by SharpSport's parsing engine yet. Generally, it is the event data and prop detail data that will be missing - most other fields should be present.
This field represents the unparsed version of the book's description of the bet. For incomplete bets, this should represent most of the missing information. This object is additive to the 'proposition' field on a bet, and will be null, unless there is additional information necessary. This field represents the matchup that the bet concerns if it not a matchup specifically sancitoned by the governing body. For instance, bets on 'tiger vs phil' when the event is 'The Masters'.
This field represents the relevant metric if the bet concerns a stat other than the primary result metric. For instance, this field would be 'field goals' if this was a prop on the total field goals in a game. This field will be true if the bet represents a future bet. Future bets are defined as props placed on an event without a defined, sanctioned matchup. For instance, a bet on the superbowl winner is a Future, until the matchup is defined.
At that point it becomes a straight bet, or non-future prop. All bets on the winner of a tournament, or other field based contest are considered futures. This object allows you to monitor the timing and and status of the responses to your refresh requests or any bet refreshes automatically done by SharpSports. Part of the core functionality of the SharpSports API is to refresh a bettor's bet history upon request. Each time a refresh is requested, SharpSports must interact directly with the sportsbook's website for each bettorAccount, a process which takes up to 30 seconds.
When a refresh at the bettorAccount level is completed regardless of whether it is successful a refreshResponse object is created and sent in the payload of the refreshresponse. A unique identifier representing the refreshResponseID. A object representing the bettorAccount that was refreshed.
A bettorAccount that has been refreshed must be verified and accessible, so only core information about the bettorAccount bettor and book are included in the serialization. An identifier that allows you to match this refreshResponse with the refreshbets API call that initiated it. If the requestId does not match an API call that you made then most likely the bet refresh was initiated by SharpSports.
With this endpoint you can get a history of all refreshResponses associated with your account. You can also filter using the requestId as a query parameter. This allows you to search for all the refreshResponses that were initiated by a single refreshbets request.
This object contains information about the contest sporting event that a wager is made on. The goal of the SharpSports API is to make the data flow from sportsbooks to our users as seamless as possible; however, sportsbooks and users may store sporting events in a variety of ways. The contest object is designed to help you match a bettors bets to the appropriate sporting event in your database using either a standardized "name" string or a third party data supplier id.
A unique identifier representing the event. A unique identifier coresponding to the event in the sportsdata. This will be null unless you provide your API keys for this third party provider. A unique identifier coresponding to the event in the sportradar database. A representation of the league where the event is taking place. In the case of non-sporting events this will be the associated governing body or null.
The name will represent the description of the event. For head to head matchups, this will be 'away' 'home' or 'player 1' vs 'player 2'. For tournaments and other events that have a competitive field, 'name' will represent the Proper name of the event i. The Masters. If the event is a head to head matchup, but is also known by another name then nameSpecial will contain that description.
For instance, once the SuperBowl contestants are known the 'name' would be 'team 1' vs 'team 2' but nameSpecial would be 'SuperBowl 52'. In the case of futures when a bet is made without a head to head mathcup both the 'name' and 'nameSpecial' field will represent the Proper name of the event. For instance, if a bettor wagers that the Packers will win the SuperBowl before the matchup is known, then the 'name' and 'nameSpecial' fields will be 'SuperBowl 52'.
SharpSports implements webhooks to notify you of three different events: bettor creation, bettorAccount verification, and refreshes of bets via a refreshResponse object. These hooks allow you to close the data loop initiated by our Book Link UI or by refreshing bets. The payload of the webhook will contain the "event" and "data" containing the details of the object described in the event.
For example in the bettorAccount. The webhook also includes a "sender" field which is simply your application name in our database. The first time a bettor using your application successfully verifies a sportsbook account a new bettor object is created in our database. In order to use our API it is essential that you store the bettorID next to your internalId that you use to uniquely identify this bettor in your database. In order to facilitate this process we fire a webhook event.
You can use this information to show bettors the status of their currently linked accounts as well as setting up access controls for each account. This webhook lets you track the asynchronous responses to your refresh requests, and get new bets filtered by refreshReponse. An example subscription to the bettor.
We recommend that you subscribe to each event individually at a unique url that the webhook data is posted to. Upon reciept of your request you will get a response describing the details of your subscription. Please store this information in your database. SharpSports uses Thorn for our webhook infrastructure and more info about subscription request and responses can be found here. Once you have subscribed to the above events you must set up a webhook receiver for each subscription to deal with incoming webhook messages.
Please store the payload data and respond with status code before taking other action so that we do not try to send multiple webhooks with the same data. An example webhook receiver for the bettor. SharpSports provides an HMAC secret key in the response to your webhook subscription that can be used to verify incoming webhook event messages. To test the API before pushing to production, we provide several test users that allow you to integate your application with SharpSports using test data.
Your sandbox API environment will come with a handful of test Bettors with a short bet history.
We offer integration paths for desktop websites and mobile applications. For a website, you'll add the Book Link button by importing the hosted button. For React Native mobile applications you can download our published npm component. In both cases you'll pass in your public API key, the "internalId" of the bettor it is being served to, and any styling you would like to add.
You can also import your own logo for a fully white-labelled product. When a bettor clicks the Book Link button, they will be prompted with our pre-built UI components in a pop-up that serves an iFrame. Their sensitive credential data will never touch your servers, so there is no additional regulatory burden. Our BookLink UI has several buttons that bettors can click in order to create an account at a specific sportsbook. If you have an affiliate relationship with one or more sportsbooks, SharpSports provides the option to replace these generic links with your own affiliate links.
You can also configure the UI to only show books that you choose. When a bettor successfully links thier first sportsbook account we create a new bettor object and a corresponding unique bettorID. In order to match our bettorID with your internal identifier for this same bettor we provide a webhook event upon creation of the bettor object.
By storing the bettorID in your database and associating it with the internal identifier you passed as part of the initial Book Link setup, you'll be able to request bets for this bettor and all their linked sportsbook accounts in the future. Alternatively, you can set up an automatic refresh cadence that will update all bettors associated with your account on a periodic basis. The bettor can use the Book Link UI to connect a sportsbook account to your application. First, the bettor enters their login information for verification.
We rely on communication with the sportsbooks' websites to provide this service, which can take up to 15 seconds. Since it is a long process taking place on a hosted solution, we close the data loop by firing another webhook event. Subscribe to the bettoraccount. You will then receive data when the sportsbook account is verified.
Once the sportsbook account is verified we store a bettorAccount object and automatically pull the bettors bets from the newly linked sportsbook. Every bet refresh creates a new refreshResponse object which is sent via the refreshresponse. This webhook is essential if you'd like to store bets in your own database.
Now that you have the bettorID stored and one or more bettor accounts have been verified, you can interact with the bet data across all linked accounts. In addition to automatically pulling a bettor's data into our database when an account is first linked, we also give you the ability to trigger a refresh of our bet database with the refreshbets endpoints. More information on refreshing bets can be found in the description of the Bet resource. We pull bet data directly from a sportsbook's website, which can take up to 30 seconds depending on the book and number of bets.
Since this is an asynchronous process, we'll fire a webhook event refreshresponse. After you subscribe to this webhook event and set up a webhook receiver in your backend, you will recieve a refreshResponse object containing data on the result of your refreshbets request for each individual bettorAccount. This response contains one of three status codes:.
A list of the bettor accounts associated with the refresh that were not initiated because a particular book is down. A list of the bettor accounts associated with the refresh that were not initiated because a particular book is down for a state. The refreshResponseID is provided in the webhook event data. We recommend using option 1 and storing a bettors bets upon each refreshResponse recieved via webhook; however if you don't want to store bets you can use option 2.
Once you have completed these steps you can use the full set of SharpSports resources and endpoints as best suits your application. SharpSports uses API keys to authenticate requests. Sandbox API Key: This key can be used for all testing calls in conjunction with our test data credentials. This ensures that your users' sportsbook account and bet data cannot be accessed by any third party.
Requests made with an improper key will return with a response code. The book object represents a sportsbook that you can link with. This means they have allowed you to connect with their bettor's accounts and pull bet data. A unique identifier representing the bookID. Bettors represent your customers who have one or more sportsbook accounts.
The Bettor object is created when they first successfully verify a sportsbook account with the Book Link UI. A unique identifier representing the bettorID. The last time a bet refresh request was performed for this bettor. Other bet refreshes may have been performed at the bettor account level, but this value represents the last time a refresh was requested at the bettor level for all bettor accounts.
A bettorAccount represents a linked sportsbook account for a specific bettor. A bettorAccount is created once we have verified the credentials shared by the bettor in Book Link. A bettor may have several bettorAccounts, each representing their relationship with a different sportsbook. A unique identifier representing the bettorAccountID.
An object representing the bettor who owns the bettorAccount. You can reference the bettorID to store and match the bettorAccount with the right record in your database. An object representing the book where the account was created. This includes a the bookID, and two string descriptors.
An object representing the book-state relationship where the account was created. This object provides both the name and abbreviation of the state where the account is located. If bookState is null this means that the book in question does not differentiate between different states.
Represents the status of the current set of credentials we have on file for this bettorAccount. Verified will be true if the credentials are up to date allow access to the sportsbook account. If verified is false, then the credentials have been changed or the account has been deactivated and you should prompt the bettor to address or unlink the account.
Represents the permissions granted by the bettor on this bettorAccount. Access will be true once they grant access, but if they request to revoke it, access should be set to false. If access is false, then no refreshbets requests can be made associated with this bettorAccount.
An object representing the refreshResponse from the latest bet refresh request performed on this bettorAccount. This will tell you how up to date the bets are for this particular bettorAccount so you can rely on it's validity and give this information to the bettor. With a specific bettorID you can retrieve a list of the bettorAccount objects associated with a bettor.
A common reason for retrieving a list of bettorAccounts is provide information to a bettor about their linked sportsbook accounts. With a specific bettorAccountID you can retrieve a bettorAccount object. A common reason for retrieving a bettorAccount is to check its verified or refresh status. With a specific bettorAccountID you can update the access field on this bettorAccount. A common reason for updating this field would be to allow bettors to grant or revoke access to a specific sportsbook account.
Bet slips are pulled from a bettor's sportsbook accounts into the SharpSports database upon your request. We call this a 'bet refresh' and while we perform one automatically upon account verification, you must also request a refresh with our refreshbets endpoint in order to access up to date bets. Alternatively, you can set an automatic refresh cadence to update the database for all bettor accounts on a periodci basis. A Bet Slip resource represents a wager placed by a bettor with their sportsbook.
Each object includes all the information you need to store and associate the bet with the correct attributes in your database. Each bet slip represents one individual wager. A unique identifier representing the betID. A object representing the refreshResponse that is associated with the bet.
This attribute corresponds to the most recent refreshResponse that has created or updated this bet object. An object representing the associated bettor. The BettorID can be used to store the bet with the correct bettor. An object representing the book where the bet was placed. If you want to organize your bets by where they were placed you can use the book object which includes an ID and multiple string descriptors.
A object representing the bettorAccount where the bet was made. The book's unique identifier for this particular bet. Each sportsbook has their own system for identifying specific bets. This can be used for support, or for deeper integrations with sports books. Represents the American odds agreed on by the bettor and sportsbook for this bet. If the bet is a parlay, then the odds for each individual bet will differ. Status of the bet slip as of the most recent refresh - completed or pending.
At the current state, we rely on the sportsbooks for the bet status. Represents the amount of money in cents put up by the bettor in the bet. This is the amount they will lose if the outcome is "loss". Represents the amount of money in cents that will be paid out to the bettor if the outcome is 'W'. This is calculated based on the amount 'atRisk' and the odds set by the sportsbook.
If the bet is a parlay this will be calculated using the parlay odds. A one character descriptor of the bet outcome. This value will be null until status is "completed". An object representing a bet the bet slip outcome is based on. The bet contains all the necessary information to grade that specific aspect of the bet slip. In the case of a betSlip. Otherwise, the betSlip. Bets can be refreshed at the bettor or the bettorAccount level.
When you request a refresh at the bettor level, we will refresh bets from all of the bettorAccounts associated with that bettor. See also: pow-wow. To parlay is to take something you have or something you win and transform it into something more valuable.
The definition of a parlay is a series of bets in which the money you have won is used as the stake for your next bet. To bet an original wager and its winnings on a subsequent event. To use to great advantage or transform into something better.
A bet comprising the sum of a prior wager plus its winnings or a series of bets made in such a manner. To bet an original wager plus its winnings on another race, contest, etc. To exploit an asset successfully. A bet or series of bets made by parlaying. An open programming interface API to a service provider's network the network operator , developed by the Parlay Group www.
By enabling the customer's application to talk directly to the network, it allows the end user to have greater access to network information as well as manage certain network features. The object-oriented, network-independent Parlay API supports multimedia data types and discovery.
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