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## Odds Comparison Player Props API Overview The Player Props API provides aggregated odds data for player props and player markets. Top US bookmakers are available, and return odds for NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, and top soccer leagues. The API is consistent in structure, format, and behavior with the other General Sport APIs. Primary feeds will return books, categories, sports, and tournaments offered. Additional feeds provide a huge selection of player props broken down by sport, league, and event. API API Version Odds Comparison Player Props
Note: Authentication is required for all API calls.
## Odds Comparison Player Props API Map To best utilize the Odds Comparison Player Props API, you will need several parameters to create your API calls. The map below illustrates how you can obtain the parameters you need. >

Example:

>To find the player props for a sport event on a given day: >
  1. Call the Sports resource and make note of the Sport Id for your event
  2. Call the Daily Sport Player Props for your given date, using the Sport Id
  3. Find the Sport Event Id of your event within the results
  4. Call the Sport Event Player Props using your located Sport Event Id
>The player props for your event are displayed. Primary feeds require only a Sport parameter, while other feeds may require dates, IDs or other human-readable parameters to identify the category, sport, sport event or tournament that the feed will describe. The primary feeds provide IDs for categories, sports and stages. Mapping feeds provide a list of IDs for players, competitions, sport events, teams, and stages which are mapped between US IDs and Sportradar IDs. The mapping feeds have a limit of 30,000 results per page. To get additional results you need to use the optional query string parameters “start” and “limit” which are detailed in the affected feeds below. ## Books Returns a list of configured bookmakers and their IDs. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/books.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.us") conn.request("GET", "/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/books.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/books.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. Access the Books feed by replacing the parameters in the following URL: https://api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/books.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to top ## Competition Mappings Provides competition id mapping between global and US id types. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/competitions/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.us") conn.request("GET", "/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/competitions/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/competitions/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. Access the Competition Mappings feed by replacing the parameters in the following URL: https://api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/competitions/mappings.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to top ## Competition Player Props Returns a list of player props for a given competition ID. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/competitions/sr:competition:132/players_props.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.us") conn.request("GET", "/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/competitions/sr:competition:132/players_props.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/competitions/sr:competition:132/players_props.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. Access the Competition Player Props feed by replacing the parameters in the following URL: https://api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/competitions/`{competition_id}`/players_props.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `competition_id` | Id of a given competition. | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to top ## Competitor Mappings Provides competitor id mapping between global and US id types. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/competitors/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.us") conn.request("GET", "/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/competitors/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/competitors/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. Access the Competitor Mappings feed by replacing the parameters in the following URL: https://api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/competitors/mappings.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to top ## Daily Sport Player Props Returns a list of player props for a specific date. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sports/sr:sport:3/schedules/2021-06-20/players_props.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.us") conn.request("GET", "/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sports/sr:sport:3/schedules/2021-06-20/players_props.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sports/sr:sport:3/schedules/2021-06-20/players_props.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. Access the Daily Sport Player Props feed by replacing the parameters in the following URL: https://api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/sports/`{sport_id}`/schedules/`{date}`/players_props.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `sport_id` | ID of a given sport. | | `date` | Date in the following format: YYYY-MM-DD | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to top ## Player Mapping Provides player id mapping between global and US id types. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/players/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.us") conn.request("GET", "/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/players/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/players/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. Access the Player Mapping feed by replacing the parameters in the following URL: https://api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/players/mappings.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | ### Optional Query String Parameters >Example including optional query string parameters:
require 'uri'
require 'net/http'
require 'openssl'

url = URI("http://api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/players/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=1000")

http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port)
http.use_ssl = true
http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE

request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url)

response = http.request(request)
puts response.read_body
import http.client

conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.us")

conn.request("GET", "/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/players/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=1000")

res = conn.getresponse()
data = res.read()

print(data.decode("utf-8"))
curl -L GET 'api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/players/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=1000'
In addition to the URL parameters listed above, you can paginate the player information with one or more of the following optional query string parameters.
Note: Optional query string parameters must be added after your API key with an ampersand (&).
Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `start` | Number to start the list of results from.
Example: start=0 | | `limit` | Number to limit the number of results. Minimum value is 1, maximum value is 1000.
Example: limit=1000 | Return to top ## Player Props Change Log Returns a list of the latest odds changes. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/players_props_changelog.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.us") conn.request("GET", "/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/players_props_changelog.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/players_props_changelog.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. Access the Player Props Change Log feed by replacing the parameters in the following URL: https://api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/players_props_changelog.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to top ## Sport Categories Returns a list of categories for a sport ID that have odds available. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sports/sr:sport:3/categories.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.us") conn.request("GET", "/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sports/sr:sport:3/categories.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sports/sr:sport:3/categories.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. Access the Sport Categories feed by replacing the parameters in the following URL: https://api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/sports/`{sport_id}`/categories.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `sport_id` | ID of a given sport. | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to top ## Sport Competitions Returns a list of competitions for a sport ID that have odds available. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sports/sr:sport:1/competitions.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.us") conn.request("GET", "/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sports/sr:sport:1/competitions.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sports/sr:sport:1/competitions.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. Access the Sport Competitions feed by replacing the parameters in the following URL: https://api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/sports/`{sport_id}`/competitions.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `sport_id` | ID of a given sport. | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to top ## Sport Event Mappings Provides sport event id mapping between global and US id types. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sport_events/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.us") conn.request("GET", "/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sport_events/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sport_events/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. Access the Sport Event Mapping feed by replacing the parameters in the following URL: https://api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/sport_events/mappings.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | ### Optional Query String Parameters >Example including optional query string parameters:
require 'uri'
require 'net/http'
require 'openssl'

url = URI("http://api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sport_events/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=1000")

http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port)
http.use_ssl = true
http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE

request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url)

response = http.request(request)
puts response.read_body
import http.client

conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.us")

conn.request("GET", "/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sport_events/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=1000")

res = conn.getresponse()
data = res.read()

print(data.decode("utf-8"))
curl -L GET 'api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sport_events/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=1000'
In addition to the URL parameters listed above, you can paginate the sport event information with one or more of the following optional query string parameters.
Note: Optional query string parameters must be added after your API key with an ampersand (&).
Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `start` | Number to start the list of results from.
Example: start=0 | | `limit` | Number to limit the number of results. Minimum value is 1, maximum value is 1000.
Example: limit=1000 | Return to top ## Sport Event Player Props Returns a list of player props for a given sport event ID. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sport_events/sr:sport_event:27605772/players_props.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.us") conn.request("GET", "/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sport_events/sr:sport_event:27605772/players_props.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sport_events/sr:sport_event:27605772/players_props.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. Access the Sport Event Player Props feed by replacing the parameters in the following URL: https://api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/sport_events/`{sport_event_id}`/players_props.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `sport_event_id` | ID of a given sport event. | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to top ## Sport Stages Returns a list of stages and categories for a sport ID that have odds available. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sports/sr:sport:9/stages.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.us") conn.request("GET", "/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sports/sr:sport:9/stages.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sports/sr:sport:9/stages.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. Access the Sport Stages feed by replacing the parameters in the following URL: https://api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/sports/`{sport_id}`/stages.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `sport_id` | ID of a given sport. | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to top ## Sports Returns a list of sports and sport IDs. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sports.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.us") conn.request("GET", "/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sports.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/sports.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. Access the Sports feed by replacing the parameters in the following URL: https://api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/sports.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to top ## Stage Mappings Provides stage id mapping between global and US id types. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/stages/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.us") conn.request("GET", "/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/stages/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/stages/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. Access the Stage Mapping feed by replacing the parameters in the following URL: https://api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/stages/mappings.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | ### Optional Query String Parameters >Example including optional query string parameters:
require 'uri'
require 'net/http'
require 'openssl'

url = URI("http://api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/stages/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=1000")

http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port)
http.use_ssl = true
http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE

request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url)

response = http.request(request)
puts response.read_body
import http.client

conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.us")

conn.request("GET", "/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/stages/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=1000")

res = conn.getresponse()
data = res.read()

print(data.decode("utf-8"))
curl -L GET 'api.sportradar.us/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/en/stages/mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=1000'
In addition to the URL parameters listed above, you can paginate the sport event information with one or more of the following optional query string parameters.
Note: Optional query string parameters must be added after your API key with an ampersand (&).
Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `start` | Number to start the list of results from.
Example: start=0 | | `limit` | Number to limit the number of results. Minimum value is 1, maximum value is 1000.
Example: limit=1000 | Return to top ## Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What format are date fields presented in?

A: When we present date only values we present these in the ISO 8601 standard format.

Example: 2013-04-03

For more information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601

Q: What format are the date/time fields presented in?

A: All of our Date/Time attributes are in UTC, presented in the ISO 8601 standard format.
ex: 2013-04-03T18:15:00+00:00
For more information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601

Q: How can I find the values for various enum data points within the API?

A: For the most up-to-date values, please see the Schema section of the OpenAPI specification here:

https://api.sportradar.com/oddscomparison-player-props/trial/v2/openapi/swagger/index.html

Q: What sports are covered?

A: The sports coverage varies depending on configured bookmakers offering in that particular point in time. To get a list of available sports call the Sports endpoint.

Q: What competitions are covered?

A: The competition coverage varies depending on configured bookmakers offering in that particular point in time. To get a list of all the competitions for a sport call the Sport Competitions endpoint.

Q: What bookmakers are included for Player Props?

A: Player Props data is available for the following Bookmakers - Draft Kings, William Hill, MGM, Pointsbet, FanDuel.

Q: How can I tell what Competitions have Player Props available?

A: Competitions that have Player Props data available from the last 7 days and into the future are indicated by player_props="true" in the Sport Competitions endpoint.

Q: What happens if a bookmaker suspends/removes a market or outcome?

A: Markets that have been suspended/removed are indicated as removed="true" at the level. Outcomes that have been suspended/removed are indicated by removed="true" at the level.

Q: Is the Player Props data pre-match or live?

A: Currently Player Props data is all pre-match but we are looking to add live player props subject to data availability sometime in the future.

Q: How do I tell what the closing odds/line was?

A: When a game goes live and the pre-match markets have been removed by the bookmaker, we add a removed="true" attribute at the book level and continue to display the last known odds which can be interpreted as the closing line.

Q: Why do some outcomes show nonsensical odds?

A: If an outcome is flagged as removed="true" and is displaying decimal odds of 1.00 then that means that the selection was never offered for betting by the bookmaker. This will often happen on "under" selections where the bookmaker does not want to offer the "under" side of the bet.

Q: How do I use the changelog?

A: The Changelog will display a list of Sport Event IDs which have changed in the last 5 minutes using Unix timestamps. The actual time of the odds change is denoted by the "player_props_odds_change" attribute. This can be used to trigger calls to the Sport Event Players Props endpoint.

Q: What is the refresh rate of the Player Props data?

A: We check for changes to the data every 60 seconds.

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