ST. GALLEN, Switzerland (AP) — Sports data provider Sportradar says Michael Jordan has invested in the firm and joined its advisory board in the United States.

The Switzerland-based company says NBA owners Mark Cuban and Ted Leonsis have also provided funding and joined the board.

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Details of the investments were not disclosed.

Sportradar provides leagues, sports federations and media companies worldwide with in-game statistics, betting service data and betting fraud monitoring.

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Sportradar signed partnerships with the NFL, NHL and NASCAR this year. The new investors were announced Tuesday.

Leonsis says in a statement that Sportradar is “ahead of the curve in understanding the crucial role data plays in creating innovative content and products that captures audiences.”

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