London, July 26 – Matchbook is proud to become British horse racing’s next Authorised Betting Partner, the betting exchange’s third Horse Racing announcement in recent weeks.
Following the news that Matchbook are to be the official betting partners for the first three days (Tuesday 26 to Thursday 28 July) of the Qatar Goodwood Festival, this announcement cements the firm’s desire to lead the way with its horseracing product.
Matchbook’s CEO Mark Brosnan commented, “It’s important to us, and our customers, that every Horse Racing bet with Matchbook contributes to the future growth of British Horse Racing. Launching our Horse Racing product as an Authorized Betting Partner is just one of the ways we can demonstrate our commitment to the sport. And as the fresh new face on the horse racing betting circuit, we aim to impress upon bettors and partners alike that Matchbook is different. As an exchange, we win when our customers win, which is why we provide the tools bettors’ need to make smarter informed bets. When our customers win, we win and now British Horse Racing will win too!”
Alex Eade, General Manager of Goodwood Racecourse, said; “We are delighted by the decision of Matchbook to sign up to become an Authorised Betting Partner in support of British racing. It demonstrates their commitment to the sport and willingness to ensure bookmakers give racing a fair deal. As our bookmaking partner for the first three days of the Qatar Goodwood Festival, we are very excited about this development and look forward to working with them in the future.”
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