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31/10/2014 - 10:21
BetVirus Feeds Center
With betvirus feeds you can automatically keep informed
for all the upcoming events of the teams and the leagues that you are interested in.
You can choose one or more feeds that we have available, based on your interests.
For more info about how feeds work read the relative section at the bottom of this page. Each feed contains soccer events (matches) scheduled for the near future. You can subscribe to each feed by clicking this icon which is spoted into multiple places through the site. Below you can read some information about where you can find each feed and what kind of info contains.
user preferencessection (timezone, language, date/time format).
Currently there are 4 different categories of feeds.
Contains events which are scheduled for the next 24 hours from all the availiable leagues. You can subscribe from the main page by clicking on the feed icon which is located at the top of the Upcoming events section.
Contains events which are scheduled for the next 4 days from all the leagues of a specific country. You can view all and subscribe to these feeds from the countries page.
Contains events which are scheduled for the next 4 days, only from a specific league of a specific country. You can view all and subscribe to these feeds from the Competitions page.
Contains events which are scheduled for the next 2 weeks for a specific team. You can find and subscribe to these feeds into each teams calendar page. Example: Barcelona's calendar page
If you change your settings after you have been subscribed to a feed, you will have to re-subscribe so your new settings take place. This is happening because the feeds urls that we are providing are based upon your current settings so to be able to view the data in the desired format.
BetVirus Feeds are still in beta version and we would appreciate any reports for bugs or errors that may occur.
How it Works
Every time when a new event is added at betvirus, a new entry is published at the related feed,
based on which team is participating, in which league, country e.t.c. By using specialized software called a
you can be notified of the new event that has been added.
Feed readers regularly query web site feeds to see if they have been updated. If it has, the feed reader downloads the latest content, notifying you that something new has been published. After you have added feeds (often called subscribing), your feed reader will keep track of them over time. In the event that any of these feeds are updated, your feed reader will let you know instantly.
If you are using an online web feed reader (e.g. netvibes, pageflake, my yahoo e.t.c.)
you can easily subscribe at this feed by clicking at the desired button from each feed page
If you would like to learn more about rss feeds visit Wikipedia.