Saints welcome TLCBET as Official Partner

By SFC Media time Fri 14 Apr Club
Photo by Naomi Baker | TLCBET

Southampton FC announces TLCBET as its new Official Asia Betting Partner and Official Global Casino Partner.

Southampton Football Club is pleased to announce TLCBET as its Official Asia Betting Partner and Official Global Casino Partner for the remainder of the 2016/17 Premier League season, as well as the following two campaigns.
 
TLCBET is a leading Asian betting and gaming operator offering online sports betting and casino games. With a large following in Asia, the brand is widely recognised for its energetic theme and creative marketing strategies. Founded in 2010, TLCBET has been promoting responsible and fun gaming to its audiences and has an extremely strong and loyal customer base in Asia.

Jay Rodriguez during the Premier League match between Bournemouth and Southampton at Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth, England on 18 December 2016. Photo by Matt Watson/SFC/Digital South.

Mike Chong, TLCBET Brand Director, said: “We are proud to be supporting Southampton FC as their Official Asia betting partner and Official Global Casino Partner. The Saints have a massive fan base in Asia and we are excited to be working with them.”

Commenting on the partnership, Southampton FC Commercial Director David Thomas added: “We are delighted to welcome TLCBET as our Official Asia Betting Partner and Official Global Casino Partner and we’re looking forward to working closely with them through the coming seasons to further enhance our growing reputations across Asia.”

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