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Energybet strengthens Leyton Orient relationship

Online sportsbook Energybet has strengthened its ties with Leyton Orient Football Club, becoming official betting partner of the side of which it has been shirt sponsor for the previous two years.

Much like previous seasons Energybet is to engage with fans throughout the season with match day giveaways and half time competitions on the pitch, in addition to offering supporters match and hospitality tickets.

Danny Macklin, Chief Executive of Leyton Orient, commented:, “We are delighted to be continuing an association with Energy Bet. We very much look forward to working closely with them to provide the all-important betting information and competitive odds ahead of matchday. Furthermore, O’s fans will have regular opportunities to win prizes and even money can’t buy experiences.”

Fans of National League outfit Leyton Orient, who secured a thirteenth placed finish last time out, are also urged to keep an eye on social media channels for a number of exclusive offers.

A spokesperson on behalf of Energybet concluded: “We look forward to continuing our relationship with Leyton Orient. Having met the new owners and many fans last season, we’re keen to continue to reach out to more of the loyal and passionate supporters and offer rewards for your dedication to the club. Good luck to Justin (Edinburgh, manager of Leyton Orient) and the first team squad for the coming season, we’re backing you for a good one.”

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