Gallagher Premiership Rugby club Worcester Warriors has named online casino and sportsbook the official betting partner of the team.

In a bid to increase Tebwin’s support of UK sport, the company’s logo will be displayed at Sixways Stadium with other promotional material as part of the collaboration.

“We are delighted to join the Tebwin sports portfolio and work hand-in-glove with King J. Entertainment to develop additional excitement around the Warriors brand,” commented Warriors Commercial Director, Adam Palfrey.

“Our partnership with will help Worcester Warriors to engage fans in responsible and innovative ways this season as the sports betting landscape continues to offer amusement and fun as well as enhancing the fans experience.”

The team’s new partner launched earlier in 2021, and will also host at Sixways for certain Warriors home matches. It works under both a UK Gambling Commission licence as well as a Malta licence, with a key focus on player protection in promoting BeGambleAware and GamStop on all its websites.

“We look forward to working closely with Worcester Warriors and seeing the team flourish in all competitions,” noted Pearl Dougall, Business Manager at King J. Entertainment – the marketing company behind the sportsbook.

“We chose to go with one of England’s most famous rugby teams and we believe that our brand equity will add to the highly-charged atmosphere around match days and ramp up interest in results week-in and week-out.”

In October this year, TebWin also became the official betting partner of top-flight side Queens Park Rangers (QPR) for the 2021/22 season.

This again gained further recognition for the blue and yellow logo, which is currently displayed around the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium along with other promotional material.

The Warriors are set to play Saracens on Boxing Day, following a recent 32-31 win against the Wasps.

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