Tag Archives: Sun Bets

Top Dogs… Sun Bets sponsors 71st East Anglian Derby at Yarmouth

Sun Bets marketing has informed that it will sponsor the 71st East Anglian Derby at Yarmouth Stadium (Norfolk) taking place this September. The News UK and Tabcorp joint-venture bookmaker undertakes’ its first greyhound racing sponsorship, in which it will contribute £15,000 towards the Derby’s racing prize-pool. Furthermore, the bookmaker will secure the title name on all syndicated races, which will be …

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‘Disappointing’ Sun Bets one of many impacts on Tabcorp balance sheet

Major Australian operator Tabcorp believes it has learned some lessons in its involvement with new UK operator Sun Bets, although these appear to have come at a rather expensive cost. The performance of the brand was one of three major deficits to Tabcorp’s balance sheet, which has seen the company report a loss for the financial year of AU$20.8m (£12.6m) …

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FA charges Wayne Shaw over ‘Pie Gate’

Issuing a corporate communication, The English Football Association (FA) has charged former Sutton United goalkeeper Wayne Shaw on two breaches of its rules relating to betting and player misconduct. Following a review of the 20 February’s Emirates FA Cup fifth round tie between Sutton United and Arsenal FC at Sutton’s Gander Green Lane. The FA has charged Shaw with ‘influencing …

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bettingexpert’s Harris cedes Tipster Challenge lead at Haydock

Carlisle - Tipster Challenge

OneBet’s Sarah Shannon assumed the lead in the Tipster Challenge after bettingexpert’s average return dropped below 10 points for the first time at Haydock. Stephen Harris, the horse racing guru from the bettingexpert community, could only manage a single victory on his ‘Nap of the Day’ Dance Diva (13/8), for a total of 3.25. Meanwhile, Sun Bets PR Manager Tim …

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Money talks – Sun Bets backs Sharja Bridge for Haydock success

Carlisle - Tipster Challenge

Tim Reynolds, PR Manager at Sun Bets, said that “money talks” after promoting the chances of Sharja Bridge in today’s Tipster Challenge at Haydock. However, Reynolds stopped short of nominating the Roger Varian-trained horse as his Nap of the Day, instead opting for Dance Diva, a big favourite in the second race of the day (2:30). This was matched by …

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Tabcorp ‘resets’ Sun Bets after slow start

Redundancies are on the cards at Sun Bets, the online bookmaker run by Australian operator Tabcorp Holdings and with UK national newspaper The Sun, as the business gets ‘reset’ after a disappointing start. Tabcorp has confirmed that the company is in discussion with a number of its employees as it looks to close its customer contact centre and bring all …

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SBC Bookies’ Corner – UK 2017 – Entering the Final Leg…

As Britain hits polling stations this Thursday 8 June, SBC details bookmaker opinion on what has been a short but intriguing General Election campaign. On first sight, the UK 2017 election was viewed as a Conservative Party ‘Whitewash’, however a number of blunders has handed the initiative to the opposition. Can Labour do the impossible, has Theresa underestimated her position …

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ARC racecourses get LIVE with Sun Bets

Seeking to further engage audiences at its racecourses during 2017, Arena Racing Company has formed a ‘live entertainment’ partnership with new UK online bookmaker Sun Bets. Starting this Saturday 20 May at Doncaster Racecourse ARC and Sun Bets launch ‘Sun Bets Music Live’ which will see international chart topping performers appearing across ARC’s racecourses this summer. Sun Bets have booked …

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Sun Bets – Brexit UK 20/1 to finish bottom of Eurovision 2017

As Prime Minister Theresa May prepares to Trigger Article 50 on Wednesday 29 of March, British pop music may become the first victim of Great Britain’s fractured relationship with Europe. Opening ‘Eurovision 2017’ markets, the majority of bookmakers have placed UK entry Lucie Jones ‘Never Give Up on You’ at a longshot 35-40/1 to win the 62nd pan-European song contest. …

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50/1 for Leicester City and Shakespeare to do the impossible

There was much ado about something after Leicester City earned their place in the Champions League Quarter Finals under new manager Craig Shakespeare. Following the draw earlier today the Premier League champions must now prepare for a showdown with Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid. The Spaniards have reached the final twice in the past four years, but have fallen at the …

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