SBC News FUN88 nets Spurs Asia & Latin America betting partnership

FUN88 nets Spurs Asia & Latin America betting partnership

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Asian-focused online bookmaker FUN88 has furthered its presence in English football by securing a two-year ‘Official Betting Partnership for Asia and Latin America’ with North London Premier League football club Tottenham Hotspur.

Fun88 secures its second English football partnership having been official shirt sponsor of Burnley FC for the 2014/15 Premier League season.

The partnership gains Tottenham Hotspur’s second betting partnership for this season, having unveiled William Hill as European and Australian betting partner this August.

Fun88 marketing revealed that its brand would gain extended coverage targeting Spurs Asian and Latin American fans on digital and social media channels.

Fran Jones, Head of Partnerships for Tottenham Hotspurstated: “The continued growth of our international fanbase makes Tottenham Hotspur an attractive partner for any brand aiming to engage passionate sports fans around the world.”

FUN88’s Nathan Walker commented on the partnership: “It’s a pleasure to reconvene our partnership with Tottenham Hotspur for the next two years.

“Our previous sponsorship of the Club boosted FUN88’s brand reputation and status in the industry. We are looking forward to engaging with Tottenham Hotspur’s huge fanbase, with emphasis on Asia and Latin America.”

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