Tag Archives: Tote Ireland

UK Tote secures agreement with HRI and Tote Ireland

Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) has secured a new seven-year alliance with Tote Ireland and the UK Tote Group which will ensure the continuity of Tote on-course service on Irish racecourses. From 1 January 1 2021, UK Tote Group will operate Tote Ireland’s off-course business, allowing Tote Ireland to build a stronger and more agile on-course presence in Ireland. Nicky Hartery, …

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Tote Ireland launches expansive affiliate programme

Tote Ireland, the Ireland-based pool betting site, is aiming to launch a wide reaching affiliate programme after uniting with Paysafe’s marketing technology and services provider, Income Access. Tote Ireland is licensed by the Irish government as the sole operator of pool betting on Irish horse racing, and is also regulated by the UK Gambling Commission. The structure allows players to …

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Tote Ireland renews pari-mutuel supplier contract with Sportech Racing & Digital

Sportech Racing & Digital, a division of Sportech Plc has confirmed that it has renewed its supplier contract with Tote Ireland, which will see the company continue to supply pari-mutuel betting technologies and provisions. The racing technology supplier detailed that it had won a competitive tender process for its renewal of services with Tote Ireland, a customer of Sportech since …

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TOTE Ireland joins Colossus Bets sports pools

TOTE IRELAND, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Horse Racing Ireland and the operator of pool betting on Irish horseracing has announced that it has partnered Colossus Bets to over mega-sized jackpots across its web and mobile platforms. The agreement includes a potential future rollout of Colossus Bets’ patented partial cash-out technology across the entire Tote Ireland platform. Tim Higgins, CEO of Tote Ireland …

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HRI publishes Irish horseracing industry stats

Irish horseracing industry statistics for the first half of 2014 report improvement across many areas with yearly increases in bloodstock sales, racecourse attendances, new owners, Tote turnover and prize-money. However, the number of active owners remains a concern, according to Horse Racing Ireland.Bloodstock sales at public auction grew for the fifth consecutive time with turnover up by almost 42 per cent …

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