Daniel Graetzer launches Carousel seeking to deliver ‘superior customer-driven experiences’

In 2019 the industry welcomes new incumbent Carousel Group, an ambitious start-up seeking to deliver fresh dynamics, thinking and propositions within multiple regulated sports betting markets.

Based out of Madrid Spain, Carousel is led by Founder and CEO Daniel Graetzer, a seasoned executive in industry commercial development and venture financing.

This morning, an ambitious Carousel announces that it is in the final preparations of launching its first two online betting properties SportsBetting.com and RaceBook.com.

SportsBetting.com is positioned as the ‘ultimate destination’ to bet on global sports while RaceBook.com is a dedicated platform for racing enthusiasts.

The brands will target Europe and LATAM markets having secured a Malta MGA licence, with Graetzer further confirming that Carousel pursues further UK, Swedish and US opportunities for growth.

“2018 was a huge year for us as we prepared the business for launch. We closed a second capital raise, acquired two strong domain names and ended the year with the acquisition of our technology platform, but now the real fun starts” Graetzer details on Carousel’s 2019 ambitions

“We’ve assembled a team of highly experienced and competent leaders in our Madrid headquarters and combined with our recent acquisitions we are aiming to deliver a superior customer-driven experience to markets all over the world”.

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