Tag Archives: Germany

Bet3000 agrees Perform Watch&Bet live streaming partnership

German market bookmaker Bet3000 has confirmed that it will integrate Perform Group’s Watch&Bet live streaming service enhancing its in-play betting market portfolio. Operated by Malta-based firm IBA Entertainment, Bet3000 will now gain over 18,000 live streams per year including content from La Liga Santander, French Ligue 1, the EFL Cup and WTA & ATP Tennis. Confirming the partnership, Bet3000 management …

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Tipbet nets easyCredit Basketball Bundesliga betting partnership

European betting operator Tipbet has announced that it has become Official Betting Partner and Premium Sponsor of the German easyCredit Basketball Bundesliga (easyCredit BBL) for season 2016/2017. With the German BBL basketball 2016/17 season having started on Friday 23 September, Tipbet secures its high visibility partnership furthering its brand presence within German sports. Tipbet marketing confirmed that as a Premium …

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Industry cold on Hesse temporary licenses

Germany’s Hesse Ministry will allow online betting operators to apply for temporary licenses, while national regulators seek to overhaul the country’s licensing and regulatory framework. Updating industry stakeholders, Hesse courts will allow national and international operators to apply for ‘orders of tolerance’ until the 15 November. If approved, betting operators will be allowed to service online betting provisions to German …

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Perform targets German growth with launch of DAZN live sports streaming network

Targeting growth in German-speaking nations, digital sports content media provider Perform Group (Perform) has announced the launch of its DAZN service in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. A live sports streaming network, DAZN will offer German language sports streams of Premier League, La Liga (Spain), Serie A (Italy) and Ligue 1 (France) matches, plus Bundesliga highlights for regional customers paying €9.99 …

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Expensive Euro 2016 marketing outlay sees bet-at-home post 42% decline in H1 2016 earnings

Increased marketing costs attached to Euro 2016 have seen Frankfurt-listed European sports betting operator bet-at-home AG post a 42% decline in corporate earnings to €9.6 million (H1 2015: €16.5 million) for its H1 2016 results (period ending 30 June). Detailing period expenditure, bet-at-home governance specified that the company had spent €26.6 million (H1 2015: €15 million) on advertising its brand …

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Positive Euro 2016 performance sees Interwetten post H1 2016 revenue & earnings boost

Updating the market on its H1 2016 interim results, German sports betting operator Interwetten detailed that a strong Euro 2016 performance had seen the company record corporate revenues of €32.8 million up 29% on corresponding H1 2015 €25.5 million. Driven by increased user activity during the period combined with high engagement on its mobile product, which generated 63% of all …

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Tipbet renews ‘Premium Partnership’ with Fortuna Dusseldorf

European sports betting operator Tipbet has today announced that it has renewed its ‘Premium Partner’ sponsorship of Bundesliga 2 football club Fortuna Dusseldorf for season 2016/17. The partnership renewal was conducted by Infront Sports & Media a representative marketing agency for Fortuna Dusseldorf. For Bundesliga 2 season 2016/17, the Tipbet brand will gain an ‘extensive coverage’ throughout the ESpirt Arena …

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Nico Jansen: People are interested in David vs Goliath stories

BetITBest CEO Nico Jansen, who is speaking at this week’s World GES in Barcelona, reflects on the advantages of a strong Germany squad at Euro 2016 for his business. How has business been during the Euros? Is Germany’s progression good for BetITBest? In terms of our traffic, which mostly comes from Germany, the progression of the German team is quite good …

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Sky Bet extends Euro 2016 #betterpenalties campaign

As England prepare for the Euro 2016 knock out stages and a potential showdown with penalty nemesis Germany, penalty legend Matt Le Tissier has taken on the infamous German Robokeeper in a short film to show England how to do it. Sky Bet’s Making Penalties Better campaign, created with Sports PR and marketing agency Heavyweight Sports, has run a series of videos throughout …

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