The industry is buzzing around the appearance of a new important figure. Tom Watson Joined Paddy Power, the UK’s biggest gambling company. Peter Jackson (Flutter's chief executive) expressed his gratefulness in connection with the assignment of Tom. In his opinion, together, they will be able to rebuild a sustainable gambling market.
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In continuation to a previous story, Kevin Dale, who is Director at analyst firm Gaming Monitor, has spoken out about his beliefs and how the efforts of Paddy Power’s Save our Shirt campaign is full of holes and is ludicrous. We will be taking a look at what he has to say and about the […]
In the latest report, we will see Paddy Power launch their new ‘Save Our Shirt’ campaign. English football club Newport County and Scottish Premiership football team Motherwell have joined the campaign. They are now part of the team along with Huddersfield Town. Let’s take a look at the story as a whole. If you check […]
If you take a look at Huddersfield Town, the online football club have just signed a new deal with Flutter Entertainment brand Paddy Power. From the start of the 2019/20 season, the football club will be partnering up with a gambling firm. Let’s take a look. It has already been a crazy summer of new […]
In this report, we will be taking a look at the special relationship between Asianconnect88 and Betfair, who have been a target for further understanding the use of partner sites. The report is to highlight the use of such partnering clone sites and show how Betfair was possibly using the sites incorrectly. Let’s take a […]
Ireland’s advertising watchdog put official ban on one of Irish betting operator Paddy Power’s adverts that allegedly mocked the current refugee crisis in Europe. The advertisement showed some sports stars representing Great Britain on the side of a lorry that was sent through the English port of Dover to the French port of Calais and […]
The ban on gambling sponsorship is closer and closer day by day. Thus, all the related clubs and other sports teams and organizers must make the first steps to adapt to the new rules.