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TITANBET.CO.UK SIGNS SPONSORSHIP DEAL WITH LINGFIELD PARK
27th April, 2015 at 19:20:12
Sportsbook continues UK racing expansion
Online gambling operator Titanbet.co.uk has pushed on with its UK racing sponsorship drive by agreeing a deal with all-weather racetrack, Lingfield Park Racecourse.
The agreement sees Titanbet.co.uk sponsor three of the course's meetings on Wednesday 29th April, Thursday 30th April and Friday 1st May 2015. Each event has seven races on the card and race-goers will be able to enjoy special sign-up offers and excellent prices on each.
Titanbet.co.uk has previously invested in the sport with previous sponsorships at Warwick for the Kingmaker Novices' Chase and a selection of Kempton Park's National Hunt meetings.
The sportsbook, run by Playtech's subsidiary, PT Entertainment Services is planning a number of initiatives to attract new customers in the fiercely competitive market, a spokesman revealed this week.
Russell Yershon said: "This deal with Lingfield Park is the latest of a long line of racing sponsorships that has enabled Titanbet.co.uk to greatly enhance its presence in the UK. It's our first agreement with the course and we're very much looking forward to developing our commercial relationship."
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