By The Numbers: Huddle’s Week 1 College Football PerformanceBlog
By The Numbers: Huddle’s Week 1 College Football Performance
Week 1 of the NCAAF season did not disappoint. There was the arrival of Deion Sanders' Colorado Buffaloes, a statement win from Florida State and then the shock defeat for Clemson.
Huddle's trading numbers didn't disappoint either with our market making and uptime once again coming up strong versus our competitors.
We take a look at the time it took for Huddle to react to market suspensions across the week 1 games and how our competitors are adjusting their lines to match Huddle's pricing.
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Suspension Reactivation: Huddle vs Market
For 65% of the suspensions Huddle made, Huddle reopened its lines for betting within 20 seconds, compared to the market average of only 24%. What's more, our reactivation rates have consistently outperformed our competitors' rates for extended periods too with 85% of suspensions reactivated within 60 seconds.
Delivering an unparalleled customer experience is Huddle's top priority, and achieving exceptional uptime is at the core of Huddle's infrastructure design. Swift market unsuspension and continuous availability are critical elements that we prioritize to ensure seamless services for our users.
Check out Jake Moszkowski's College Football Week 0 Review here
Market Making: Huddle vs Market
Throughout the NCAAF week 1 games, the market adjusted to fall in line with the Huddle price on over 54% of occasions where Huddle Pricing deviated from the market by more than 3%.
This demonstrates that Huddle is exerting a significant impact on the market and reaffirms our formidable standing when it comes to pricing.
Interested in how our traders price and trade College Football? Take a look at our Q&A with our Lead Football Trader.
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