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DAZN Bet latest to join Germany sports betting union

DAZN Bet has been welcomed by the German Sports Betting Association (DSWV) as its latest associate member. 

With DAZN Bet’s membership inauguration, DSWV says it remains committed to modernising the regulated German market with the integration of “innovative digital providers”. 

Mathias Dahms, President of the DSWV, commented: “With DAZN Bet, we have another digital sports betting provider in the association that helps to ensure the standards for player protection in the German betting environment. We are delighted to welcome the team to the ranks of the DSWV.”

DAZN Bet itself is an up-and-coming player in the sports betting sector, having recently launched in Germany to offer sports fans a ‘comprehensive’ alternative when it comes to placing a bet. 

Daniel Berthold, Managing Director Germany, Austria, UK & New Markets at DAZN Bet, added: “We are delighted to be a member of the German Sports Betting Association. This partnership underlines our commitment to a safe, fair and regulated sports betting market in Germany. 

“At DAZN Bet, we are committed to providing sports fans with a unique and comprehensive experience in a responsibly designed environment. Together with the DSWV, we will continue to promote high standards of player protection and drive innovation to ensure the satisfaction and safety of our users.”

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