Football Index, the world's first football stock market, has partnered with beBettor, the responsible gaming platform, to strengthen their safer gambling frameworks for customer affordability.
The UK's Advertising Standards Authority bans Facebook promo by Football Index for featuring pro footballers under 25 years of age.
The partnership will allow soccer fans to buy and sell shares of players from across different leagues, using a trading engine offered by NASDAQ.
The unique financial and football hybrid has turned over more than £200m in trades since the current season’s market opened on Saturday, 10 August, 2018.
Football Index has agreed a deal to become the front of shirt sponsor of League Two side Notts County for the month of January 2019.
Similar to the way a commodity exchange works, INDEX allows participants to buy and sell money shares of more than 2,000 football players.
Adam Cole of Football Index discusses how start-ups will be able to spread the word about their companies.
In this interview with CalvinAyre.com’s Becky Liggero, Mike Bohan of Football INDEX talks about why sports betting is somehow similar to stock trading.
Affiliate programme for the world’s first football stock market to be managed by Income Access using the company software