Sep 2 / 2016
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Tipbet signs up to become Official Betting Partner of SV Werder Bremen

Sports betting operator Tipbet is the Official Betting Partner of Bundesliga team SV Werder Bremen for the 2016/17 season.

As the Official Betting Partner, the Malta-based operator will be represented in advertising space around the Weserstadion and will organize a series of activities for the engagement of Werder Bremen fans.

TipbetUnder the Tipbet brand, numerous betting shops are operating successfully in Germany. SV Werder Bremen with their Bundesliga presence, will comprehensively contribute towards the growth of the betting office network and to further increase of the brand awareness of Tipbet, to establish its position as an excellent betting provider.

With SV Werder Bremen, founded in 1899, Tipbet has added another traditional Bundesliga club in its portfolio of sponsorships. Werder Bremen has already won four-times the German Bundesliga, six-times the DFB Pokal and once the UEFA Cup Winner´s Cup.

With an average weekly attendance of 43.000 fans per game, the German Bundesliga has the best attendances in Europe. Bremen themselves welcomed almost 700.000 fans at their stadium in the last season. That makes them the fifth most watched team on Sky Deutschland, averaging 430.000 viewers per game.

Philippos Naskos, Product Manager Tipbet:

“With Werder Bremen we have not only acquired a very successful Bundesliga team on our side, but also a well-established European brand. As a betting partner with Werder Bremen we are striving to increase our reputation. Therefore, we have agreed to an advantageous promotional package. We wish Werder Bremen the utmost success in the Bundesliga (and in other tournaments).”

Klaus Filbry, CEO of SV Werder Bremen

“We are delighted with the agreement for Tipbet to become our official betting partner. We are sure it will be a long and successful partnership. Partnering with a trustworthy sports betting company such as Tipbet will be an important part of our marketing strategy going forwards.”

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