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FUN88 returns as Club's Asian and Latin American betting partner

Posted on 10 August 2016  - 10:00

The Club today announced FUN88 as its Official Betting Partner in Asian and Latin American territories for the second time.

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The two-year agreement will see the Club and FUN88 work together again – following a successful relationship between 2012 and 2014 – to engage with Asian and Latin American sports fans through a range of online and offline activities.

FUN88, founded in 2008, is an online gaming company with a large following in Asia and Latin America that offers sports betting, live casinos, slots and keno games, all of which are available in multiple languages.

The Club has over 200 million supporters across both regions with dedicated, multi-language digital channels currently serving its growing global fanbase.

The Club operates digital channels in Chinese, Indonesian, Korean, Thai, Malay and Spanish alongside its global offering.

FUN88 will be given access to advertise across these popular channels, along with in-stadium branding at the Club’s home matches.

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Fran Jones, Head of Partnerships, Tottenham Hotspur, said: "We are delighted to welcome FUN88 back as one of the Club's official partners.

“The continued growth of our international fanbase makes Tottenham Hotspur an attractive partner for any brand aiming to engage passionate sports fans around the world.

"Our popular digital channels will give FUN88 an ideal platform upon which to continue its growth in the Asian and Latin American regions."

Nathan Walker of FUN88 commented: “It’s a pleasure to reconvene our partnership with Tottenham Hotspur for the next two years.

“Our previous sponsorship of the Club boosted FUN88’s brand reputation and status in the industry, so we’re thrilled to once again be working with the Club.

“We are looking forward to engaging with Tottenham Hotspur’s huge fanbase, with emphasis on Asia and Latin America.

“We’re excited about the next two years and are looking forward to the 2016-17 season starting.”