Media profile joins Better Collective

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Thursday 13th June, 2019 – World leading sports betting affiliate, Better Collective, hires former General Manager and Editor-in-Chief of, Shane Anderson. Anderson joins the headquarters in Copenhagen where he will take on the position as Senior Director of media-profile-joins-better-collectiveGroup Content & Brand.

On July 1st, 2019, former General Manager and Editor-in-Chief of, Shane Anderson, joins Better Collective. In his new position as the Senior Director of Group Content & Brand, Anderson will be in charge of leading an ambitious content strategy that will strengthen the on-site content of Better Collective’s brands and products.

Jesper Søgaard, CEO of Better Collective, said: “We are extremely glad to get Shane Anderson on board with us. He comes with many years of managerial experience from within the industry and will help set an ambitious content vision that will empower the Better Collective brands, such as, even further. This will ultimately lead to a better experience for our users.”

Shane Anderson said: “I have followed the development that Better Collective has undergone with great admiration over the past few years. I look forward to becoming part of the team in Copenhagen and bringing my experience within journalism to the content production of BC’s products to make them even stronger and more appealing to the global community of sports betting fans.”

Shane Anderson has been part of since its launch in 2014, where he has both had the role as a television presenter, as well as a member of the executive management team.

About Better Collective

Better Collective’s vision is to empower iGamers through transparency and technology – this is what has made them the world’s leading developer of digital platforms for betting tips, bookmaker information and iGaming communities. Better Collective’s portfolio includes more than 2,000+ websites and products, among other, the trusted home of tips from expert tipsters and in depth betting theory.


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