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PandaScore names former Uber manager David Trehondart as Head of Customer Success

PandaScore has bolstered its client services by appointing David Trehondart as Head of Customer Success of the esports data and odds provider. Trehondart joins PandaScore’s senior management team from leading US big data and intelligence services provider Palantir, where he formally served as a Deployment Strategist. Further experience has seen Trehondart manage high-profile B2B clients for Uber Eats as Restaurants …

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Vbet sponsors AS Monaco as Ligue 1 kicks off new season

Vbet, the flagship European sportsbook property of BetConstruct, has expanded its French market presence after becoming the ‘official betting partner’ of Ligue 1 football club AS Monaco. This story featured in today’s SBC News 90. To view the latest round-up, watch today’s edition here. Agreeing terms on a two-year partnership, Vbet has secured its first ever French football sponsorship arrangement, …

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Perform picks Amsterdam as DAZN’s innovation home

Global sports data, content and media rights distributor Perform Group has disclosed that it will launch a special purpose ‘Amsterdam Development Centre’ for its DAZN sports streaming service. Launched in 2016, DAZN seeks to disrupt and revolutionise modern sports viewership and content engagement, delivering a tailored OTT streaming service to multiple international broadcast markets. Updating the media, Perform Group details …

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Lottoland offers Australian newsagents share of profits

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Lottoland Australia has offered the nation’s 4,000 news and lottery agents a profit sharing agreement, which will see newsagents receive a share on every bet on overseas lotteries that they refer to the company. Designed to “ensure wider choice for customers – and additional revenue for newsagents” through the offer of 20 percent, which it states could be worth “thousands …

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Scott Longley – The dangers to innovation from consolidation and how to avoid it

Editorial consultant Scott Longley investigates how innovation is in danger of being left behind in the latest corporate reorganisation. In the fog of war generated by the current spate of sectoral M&A manoeuvrings, the debate about whether online gambling is genuinely engaging its customers is in danger of getting lost in the tumult. Like worrying about the design of the …

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Scott Longley – Disney shows Daily Fantasy Sports is no Mickey Mouse market

Scott Longley, Editorial Director of Regulus Partners, examines the upheaval in the fantasy sports industry caused by last week’s arrival of Disney.  No sooner had Amaya announced last week its intention to enter the Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) market in the US, than DraftKings dramatically – and appropriately given the provenance of the competition – raised the stakes. News reports …

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