Betbutler Client List Now Stands At 80 Football Clubs

BETBUTLER CLIENT LIST NOW STANDS AT 80 FOOTBALL CLUBS

14th December, 2012 at 08:26:00
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Club branded betting websites and mobile apps a popular product

Concierge betting service BetButler's business is booming, the company confirmed this week, revealing that it has supplied over 80 UK football clubs with branded betting websites and mobile gambling apps.

Client clubs include well-known brands in both The Football League and the English Premier League.

The service has been designed to open new revenue streams for teams and offer supporters the best available odds from more than 60 different bookmakers without the need to open multiple accounts, a spokesman said.

Fans are able to support their teams financially as clubs earn a share of cash based on players' winning and losing bets.

We're delighted to offer the fans of so many clubs a service that benefits both the clubs and their supporters, said Chris Bell, chairman for BetButler.

It is a marvellous endorsement of our unique technology that will offer fans the best available price but also deliver an important revenue stream for their club at the click of a button.

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