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SportsML
Our delivery format is the open international standard, SportsML. Consistent, easy to work with, and architected by cooperating sports-savvy engineers from around the world.
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We've built an optional content processor that will load SportsML into an open SQL schema called SportsDB. Sample queries and sample pre-populated databases are freely available.

Monthly Subscriptions: Content Packages & Pricing


Premium sports content
& services at fair prices.

XML Team serves clients with sizes across the spectrum: from giant internet behemoths, to one-man-show blogs and games. We do so not by charging wildly different prices for the same services. Instead, we differentiate among the number of leagues licensed and content sources selected, the depth and frequency of coverage for those leagues, and the method of delivery. By and large, the more leagues a client licenses content for, the less per-league that client pays. Similarly, the more hosted games that a client commits to, the less per-game is charged.

How clients put the data to use rarely factors in to our pricing. If we're delivering you an XML feed with NFL coverage, you're welcome to put that feed to use online and in print, on conventional web pages as well as mobile applications. Should you wish to roll out the content under multiple brands or in different international markets, we scale our prices per-rollout in a reasonable and formula-based manner.

Licensing for Delivered Feed content is divided into packages, and below are examples of common packages licensed by our clients, roughly ordered from highest-cost to lowest:

"Big 4" includes NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL
"Big 6" adds NCAA Football & Basketball (Division 1).

A large inventory of content packages can be found in our Content Showcase — click the "View All Packages" link on the left-hand side. Clients looking for micro-packages (such as the last three items listed above) use XML Team's innovative Sports On Demand API pay-per-document service — which only requires a initial purchase of $30 in credits, but comes with no other feed-licensing obligations.

Finally, our monthly subscriptions include a one-time setup charge, dependent upon the technology involved.

Contact XML Team for a precise quote for your situation.