Buzz Sports Partners With Bodog88

BUZZ SPORTS PARTNERS WITH BODOG88

02nd July, 2012 at 09:52:40
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Third Asian focused deal

In-play betting provider Buzz Sports will supply its ZonePlay betting flagship product as an online offering to Asian-facing Bodog88.com

The deal follows two other Asian focused partnerships announced in quick succession with DafaBet and InPlay Matrix and another with bookmaker BoyleSports (see previous reports).

Buzz Sports' chief commercial officer, Ian Williams, said: The in-play betting market is growing faster in Asia than anywhere else in the world, and Bodog88.com are at the forefront of that growth. They have rightfully earned a reputation for being one of the most innovative gaming brands in the industry, so they are an ideal partner for Buzz Sports.

Robert Gustafsson, managing director of Bodog88.com, added: In Asia your product must be an ever-evolving one and while that is hard to keep on top of, firms like Buzz Sports offer a quick solution to the all-important in-play additional markets and we have been very impressed with their professionalism and software.

NB: More detailed information on Bodog is available in the casino guide although the Asian-facing Bodog88 is not part of AZOC's directory.

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