Bet Butler Betting Service Debuts

BET BUTLER BETTING SERVICE DEBUTS

12th August, 2011 at 14:57:44
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Signs Scottish Football Club Dumbarton sponsorship deal

A UK-licenced betting service Bet Butler has launched offering one account access to more than sixty International bookmakers utilising proprietary software.

The service claiming to use "leading edge technology - five years in the making", offers a real-time odds comparison system which it says on average delivers the best odds twenty% better than the typical bookmaker.

A company spokesperson said its Autobet technology places customers' bets directly unlike other traditional odds comparison services on offer.

While owner information is limited, Bet Butler.co.uk is seemingly a sister site to Blonde Betting.co.uk - a website catering specifically for women and offering bingo, casino games, sports betting and speciality betting.

In related news, Bet Butler has signed a year-long shirt sponsorship with Scotland's fourth oldest football club Dumbarton.

Toby Denne, managing director, Bet Butler, said: We're very excited to be the official shirt sponsor of Dumbarton ahead of what will hopefully be a highly successful season.

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