A global betting operator has announced the first North American Sports League contract.
Betway, a globally recognized brand of online gaming and betting that offers games to bet on sports across North America has signed a sponsorship agreement with the National Hockey League.
Starting tomorrow, with the Stanley Cup Playoffs of 2021, Betway’s brand will be prominently featured on NHL broadcasts. This includes a dashboard and ice corner brand placement.
The signage will appear at all Stanley Cup Playoffs games and the Stanley Cup Final 2021. It will remain in place for the entire duration of the agreement and will be broadcasted to fans worldwide. Betway also will receive an in-ice corner brand placement at NHL marquee events such as the NHL Winter Classic and NHL Stadium Series.
The brand continues to support sports of the highest level around the world. This is their latest partnership in the U.S.
Anthony Werkman CEO of Betway:
It’s a proud moment for us to announce our first North American Sports League partnership with the NHL.
Keith Wachtel is the NHL’s Chief Business Officer, Senior Vice President, and Executive Vice-President.
The Stanley Cup Playoffs are the most thrilling two months of sports, and provide a great opportunity for global fan engagement.
We’re excited to announce our partnership with Betway during this exciting season. Betway is a partner that we can engage our loyal fanbase with. They have an aggressive growth strategy.
On Saturday, May 15, the Stanley Cup Playoffs begin when the Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals play Game 1 in their Stanley Cup First Round Series.
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Andrew Berkshire selects his top four NHL picks for the Game 5 Stanley Cup Final game between Florida Panthers vs Vegas Golden Knights.
It could be the end! Vegas Golden Knights are leading the Florida Panthers 3-1 as they head to Vegas.
Six seasons after their founding, the Golden Knights may win their first Stanley Cup on their home ice. Jonathan Marchessault, Reilly Smith, and the Golden Knights could win the Stanley Cup in front of the team who viewed them as expendable. Will they succeed?
Vegas Golden Knights win 1,60
The Vegas Golden Knights are slowly tightening the grip they have on their end goal. Vegas limits the Florida Panthers’ options every time they try to move. From breaking Sergei Bobrovsky through to forcing Matthew Tkachuk to play so hard he can barely take shifts, Vegas has them in a tight spot in NHL public betting money.
It’s the same with the numbers. The Panthers get shot attempts, but they don’t go into dangerous zones. Vegas controls shots, anticipated goals, scoring opportunities, high-danger chances, and actual goals.
I doubt that Florida will live now.
Under 5.5 total goals 2.05
It would not be surprising if the game in Vegas, which started this series, turned out to be a barn-burner. The stakes are so high that it is unlikely. Sergei Bobrovsky’s game has improved a bit and refs have allowed some crazy cheating on defense.
This game will be similar to previous games unless the Panthers can find a hidden explosion of offense.
Jonathan Marchessault scores 1+ points 1,57
He is not only the favorite to win the Conn Smythe Trophy, but he has been a clutch player the entire postseason. Along with those crucial goals, he is also on a nine-game points streak.
Now he has the chance to add one more cherry on his postseason and playoffs career. Only eight players in the six years since Marchessault joined the Vegas Golden Knights have scored more playoff points than Marchessault.
Brandon Montour scores 1+ points 1,66
Montour, who has been a weapon at the point since the start of this season, carried over his excellent regular season into the playoffs. He scored eight goals in the post-season including two times during the Stanley Cup final.
Expect the Panthers’ offense to be simplified a bit as they look to bounce with Matthew Tkachuk out. Montour has been their most reliable player in terms of getting pucks past. Montour will have plenty of chances tonight.