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Betfair is the original betting exchange and the most liquid sports trading market. Recently, it has begun to offer a conventional sports book and merged with bookmaker, Paddy Power but is still best known for its betting exchange.
Betdaq is a betting exchange in operation since 2001. In 2013 it was acquired by Ladbrokes and is the largest competitor to Betfair.
Matchbook are a sports betting exchange with competitive commission rates and a particular focus on American sports.
A recent entrant to the betting exchange market. Offers competitive commissions compared with other exchanges.
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