2 big curling collaborations have been announced by PointsBet Canada
One of PointsBet’s subsidiaries, PointsBet Canada, has inked two more big curling partnerships in Canada as the company continues its expansion. After partnering with Curling Canada in the past, the Canadian branch is now teaming up with two of the sport’s greatest teams: Kerri Einarson’s and Kevin Koe’s.
Pointsbet had been paving the way in Canada for a while, and now they are catching on with two major partner deals in Curling. Team Kerri Einarson and Team Kevin Koe are two of the most prominent curling teams in Canada, and Pointsbet’s Canadian division is now collaborating with them as well.
In the US, Pointsbet is well-known for its extensive online gambling options. Pointsbet began as a bookmaker in Australia but has since evolved into a full-fledged igaming company that operates worldwide.
New collaborations with the greatest clubs in curling have made CEO Scott Vanderwel very happy. On top of that, they’re keen to lend a hand to athletes who are trying to take their sport across borders.
One of the major bookies in the country has partnered with us, says Kerri Einarson, and we couldn’t be happier. We feel that by partnering with this organization, we can increase the sport’s visibility and popularity.
Both Kevin Koe and his crew are looking forward to working with Pointsbet. He believes that the partnership will continue to evolve, allowing both the club and the sport to grow.
The Canadian market
With the opening of the Ontario market to private online casino operators, Pointsbet Canada sees a lot of potential in sports betting in Canada. Vanderwel is therefore extremely positive about his company’s chances of competing with other large operators who will undoubtedly apply for a license there.
As if that wasn’t enough, there were two other major agreements. Earlier this year, the bookmaker announced that it would be the exclusive sports betting partner for dailyfaceoff.com and the Nation Network. Pointsbet is always seeking new ways to engage with sports fans in Canada and discovered the perfect partners in these two companies.
In November 2021, Yahoo reported that Einarson and Koe had formed a partnership with PointsBet Canada.