Tottenham extends with betting partner

English Premier League football club Tottenham Hotspur has renewed its partnership with online gaming company Fun88.

The new long-term deal will see Fun88 retain its position as Tottenham’s official betting partner in Asia and Latin America.

Fun88 will work with Tottenham to further engage fans in the two regions, with promotions to be launched across the club’s global and localised digital channels.

The company will also benefit from advertising exposure at Tottenham’s new stadium, which is due to open later this year.

Fun88’s Nathan Walker said: “We have seen the brand grow in line with the club’s growth, both on and off the pitch. Our customers will see much more in terms of team interaction and the world-class new stadium will provide our customers with more exclusive offerings. Our upcoming campaigns with the club will definitely be worth watching out for.”

Fun88 first partnered with Tottenham at the start of the 2016-17 season. The company is also the shirt sponsor of fellow Premier League club Newcastle United.

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