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Bodog Signs New Sponsorship Deal with The Baggies

Bodog casino, one of the most highly regarded gaming destinations in Europe has made headlines this week after announcing its latest high profile sponsorship deal. The site, which offers a range of sports betting, poker and Vegas style casino services, has revealed that it has entered a new 2-year shirt contract with the Premier League football club, West Bromwich Albion (WBA) aka the Baggies. The agreement, the largest of its kind in the club’s history, will see the team break with former partners HomeServe – a home emergency repairs company.

Bodog Casino is to enter a 2 year shirt deal with the Premier League football club, West Bromich Albion.

First launched in 1994, Bodog shot to fame as one of the foremost names in the sports betting industry. Featuring over 80 web based and downloadable games, the site gives players the chance to enjoy a range of classic casino titles alongside a host of exciting new gaming innovations. The organisation is currently one of the most recognised brands at work in the UK and European sectors.

The newly unveiled deal has been greeted with enormous enthusiasm from players and fans alike. Club representatives have yet to confirm that exact statistics involved but many have suggested a seven figure amount. Bodog operators will now look forward to enjoying a range of branding opportunities at the 26,000 seat stadium at the Hawthorns grounds. In addition, the company has also become the Baggies official betting partner – marking the start of an important relationship for both organisations. Commenting on the deal, West Bromwich Albion’s Chief Executive Mark Jenkins paid tribute to his new sponsors and welcomed the arrival of a new era for both the team and its partners.

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Christian Bright is a professional sports commentator with keen interests in football, tennis and horse racing. His experience in the reporting on professional sports makes him a key asset to OCA’s coverage of athletic events and matches.