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William Hill upholds IBA code banning Irish credit card transactions

William Hill will stop accepting credit card payments in the Republic of Ireland from Wednesday onwards, according to the Irish Independent.  Use of credit cards for betting purposes is currently discouraged in Ireland by the Irish Bookmakers Association (IBA) as one of the principles of the Irish Safer Gambling Code, introduced in August 2021 by the IBA in agreement with …

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Bournemouth announces QuinnBet deal with ‘clear emphasis’ on responsibility

QuinnBet has moved to bolster its branding and marketing in the UK and Ireland by partnering with EFL Championship club AFC Bournemouth. The sportsbook operator – founded in 2017 by Sean Quinn – will become the official UK and Republic of Ireland betting partner of Bournemouth, including a back-of-shirt sponsorship caveat that will see the company’s logo appear on the …

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Quinn family ‘back in business’ following launch of Quinnbet Ireland

Former billionaire Seán Quinn has launched new online sportsbook Quinnbet, aiming to ‘ruffle up’ the Irish and UK betting sectors. The new sportsbook represents Quinn’s first venture since the multi-billion collapse of Irish conglomerate the Quinn Group in 2010. Quinn was once considered Ireland’s richest person (2008), with an estimated personal wealth of €3.5-4 billion. However, the Irish tycoon lost …

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