|Industry||Sports betting, Online gambling|
|Founder 👔||Timothy John Heath|
Number of locations
|United Kingdom, Brazil, Estonia, Philippines, Ukraine, Malaysia,|
Area served 🗺️
|Products 📟||Sportsbook, casino & games,|
Number of employees
Sportsbet.io is an online gambling brand founded in 2016, as a part of the Coingaming Group. Sportsbet.io provides a multi-currency platform for sports betting and online casino games in crypto – and FIAT currencies.
Sportsbet.io, as an extension of the Coingaming Group, has offices in Estonia, United Kingdom, Ukraine, Philippines, Brazil and Malaysia,
Sportsbet.io was established in 2016 by the founder and chief executive of Coingaming Group, Timothy John Heath.
The sports book originally offered betting in cryptocurrencies for tournaments and leagues like NBA, NHL, NFL, English Premier League, Spanish Primera Division and Soccer Italy Series A. In June 2018, the sports betting brand added FIAT currency option starting with euro.
The company is licensed and regulated by the Government of Curaçao, with the Curaçao eGaming License number 1668/JAZ. In 2019, Sportsbet.io acquired a white label licence from The Gaming Platform (TGP Europe) via the Isle of Man, which allows to market their brand under UKGC guidelines.
In the 2019–2020 season, the brand has officially partnered with the English Premier League club Watford F.C for 3 years. The Coingaiming Group subsidiary's logo will be shown across Watford F.C.’s players shirts.
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