TebWin prioritises responsible gambling in QPR partnership

TebWin has become the official betting partner of Queens Park Rangers (QPR) for the 2021/22 season.

The collaboration sees the blue and yellow logo displayed around the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium along with other promotional material.

King J. Entertainment is the marketing company behind the Tebwin.com sportsbook, and Business Manager, Pearl Dougal, commented: “We are delighted to be able to support QPR in this start-up phase of our business.

“QPR has a tremendous legacy that extends back to the 19th century, we already feel part of the British footballing tradition because of it. Partnering with a team like QPR is a unique opportunity for a new company like ours, and the start of what we hope will be a long and mutually rewarding relationship.”

TebWin – which operates under a both UK Gambling Commision (UKGC) and Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) licence – promises to tailor all advertising and content to place responsible gambling to the top of the communications agenda.

Euan Inglis, QPR’s Commercial Director, commented: “We are thrilled to have secured this partnership with TebWin, who have impressed us with their customer vetting and onboarding process, which is second-to-none.”

He added: “Our partnership with Tebwin.com will help QPR to engage fans in responsible and innovative ways this season as the sports betting landscape continues to offer amusement and fun as well as enhancing the fans’ experience.”

Whilst acquiring the exclusive rights to ‘leverage QPR marks within the sports betting category’, TebWin will also have access to the team’s blockchain app.

The agreement represents QPR’s first deal with a company in the betting and gaming sector since the cancellation of its sponsorship arrangement with Football Index, following the firm’s decline and subsequent entry into administration.

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