Spreadex announced that it signed a Blackburn Rovers FC partnership deal. As a result, the British professional soccer club will promote the betting company in its home stadium. Also, Spreadex is the team’s official UK wagering partner as part of the deal.
The agreement was made in preparation for the 2023–24 season and guaranteed the gaming company’s financial backing of the club. In exchange, the club will advertise the operator’s products during the upcoming soccer season. Under the terms of the deal, the Spreadex name and emblem will be prominently displayed in the Jack Walker Stand and throughout Ewood Park in digital advertising.
According to bookie software experts, Spreadex was established in 1999. Also, it is a multi-award-winning British betting enterprise. The company has been operating for many years, and throughout that time, it has become a significant participant in the sports betting and trading market in the United Kingdom.
By signing on with the Rovers, the corporation has shown that it is serious about backing the sports industry. Recent esports collaborations with SIS demonstrate Spreadex’s enthusiasm for the growing esports industry, aside from being one of the established soccer sportsbooks.
Blackburn Rovers FC Partnership Deal
CEO Steve Waggott of Blackburn Rovers has expressed his delight at the club’s new partnership with Spreadex as the official UK betting partner for the 2023-24 season. He lauded the firm’s past successes and said his organization looked forward to expanding its working relationship.
Andy MacKenzie, head of marketing at Spreadex, added his thoughts on the new alliance. His group is pleased to join such a prestigious and historically significant soccer club. MacKenzie said Spreadex is excited to join the Rovers’ journey. He dropped hints that the company has plans for more fan-focused promotions.
MacKenzie revealed that Spreadex is looking forward to the next soccer season because the firm has several Rovers fans on staff. According to sports handicapping experts, the deal came when sponsorship deals between sports teams and sports betting firms have been under fire.