SBC News Dafabet expands in LatAm & Europe with Sporting Risk football coverage

Dafabet expands in LatAm & Europe with Sporting Risk football coverage

Dafabet has announced a partnership with Sporting Risk as the operator looks to grow its market share in Latin America and Europe. 

The deal will now see Dafabet have coverage of up to 30 football leagues, 35 single-player and 12 team stats betting options, and ready-made same-game multi-bets.

It will also have coverage of all major European domestic competitions, as well as the Champions League and Europa League – with Sporting Risking handling all aspects.

Andy Phillips, SportingRisk CCO, commented: “Working together has been a great experience, and we look forward to delivering exceptional value to Dafabet’s customers with a particular focus on LatAm.”

Dafabet will also have access to Sporting Risk’s User Interface (UI) to control products with instant price adjustments. 

“Following the launch, we are confident that our combined expertise will lead to an unmatched betting experience,” Phillips added.

While the sportsbook expands its growth within Latin America, the deal will also provide content for top divisions in Brazil, Peru, Chile, Argentina, as well as LigaMX, MLS, Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana. 

After winning the Sponsorship of the Year category at the SBC Awards 2018, John Cruces, Head of Marketing Operation at Dafabet, spoke to SBC about the company’s strong portfolio of deals with football clubs.

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