Mintbet Goes Live With Fsb Technology

MINTBET GOES LIVE WITH FSB TECHNOLOGY

20th March, 2017 at 15:15:56
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

40-year-old Irish retail business dips its toe into online.

Independent Irish retail bookmaker, McBrides Racing Ltd, will expand to online with the launch of Mintbet.com in partnership with FSB Technology.

Mintbet's launch forms part of McBrides Racing's relaunch as it builds on 40-years of bookmaking in the Republic and Northern Ireland.

"Going online was a natural development for the Mintbet brand and one that I hope both existing and new customer will enjoy," Thomas McBride, chief executive officer of McBride's Racing, said. "We will continue to offer value and a range of markets to suit everybody and the fact that the people of Ireland know the brand will be a great help in a competitive market".

The company intends utilizing FSB Technology's online know how and tools to build on its existing Irish business and compete throughout the rest of the UK for the first time.

Richard Thorp, FSB Tech's Business Development Director, added: "It is always exciting to see a business expanding into a new realm and we are confident our product will help Mintbet break new ground online."

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