PointsBet NJ reaches sponsorship agreement with the NHL

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Alongside their partners in the Garden State, FanDuel, global sportsbook, PointsBet, makes up the leading sportsbook team in New Jersey. The brand had a big day recently by announcing a multiyear strategic partnership deal with Hockey’s NHL.

The deal will see the leading online bookmaker announced as an “Official Sports Betting Partner of the NHL” and will span not only across their U.S. home in New Jersey, but also extends across the entire U.S. and even as far afield as the brand’s Australian global headquarters.

For their part of the deal, PointsBet has secured the rights to use NHL logos and trademarks, in addition to promotional and sponsorship opportunities for the brand.

The agreement will also allow for PointsBet to participate in placing its advertising content into live NHL game broadcasts with all of the league’s media partners, such as NBC Sports, NBC Sports Regional, Altitude TV and a range of other official NHL media channels. That part of the deal comes after NBC itself secured a 4.9% stake in the global sportsbook earlier in summer 2020.

The ongoing 2020-21 NHL season has already seen some of the new partnership’s work incorporated into the league’s game telecasts, with PointsBet odds, data and betting market insights being shown live before, during and after selected NHL games.

Both the NHL & PointsBet looking forward to working closely together

An official representative for the NHL, Ken Wachtel, the league’s Chief Business Officer and Senior Executive Vice President spoke enthusiastically of the PointsBet partnership;

“As the sports betting landscape evolves at a rapid pace, we continue to develop unique, strategic alliances within the sports gaming industry. Our partnership with PointsBet brings to life our collaboration with our valued media partners and we look forward to enhancing our fan engagement opportunities in concert with both PointsBet and NBC. We are proud to welcome PointsBet to the NHL family”, Wachtel remarked.

Chief Executive Officer of PointsBet’s USA arm, Johnny Aitken gave the deal the thumbs-up;

“PointsBet is thrilled to become an official sports betting partner of the National Hockey League. The NHL’s on-ice product provides fans with captivating, nonstop action – it is a privilege to join forces with the NHL and its forward-thinking team, complementing that action with PointsBet’s sports betting product, the fastest sports betting app in market. We are excited to further elevate fan engagement via offering the most markets in the world for each NHL game, including our exclusive PointsBetting product, and enhance TV and digital integrations with mutual partners like NBC Sports,” Aitken declared excitedly.

Although, no dollar figure of the deal has been released by either party, the value of the strategic agreement is figured by sports betting industry experts to be in the $500 million range.

About PointsBet

Other than New Jersey, PointsBet online sportsbook is currently licensed to operate in Michigan, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa and Indiana with more states expected to be added under the PointsBet umbrella in 2021 as the winds of sports betting legalization continue to blow across the nation.

PointsBet is the only NJ & U.S. online sportsbook that is offering PointsBetting – a innovative way to bet, and something brand new for the American sports wagering market. PointsBet complements the offering with a range of industry expert supported, customer-focused initiatives, including: Good Karma Payouts, Early Payouts and an exclusive $10,000 gameday guarantee for NHL and NBA playoff games, in addition to the complete NFL and MLB seasons. PointsBet offers more traditional betting markets than most NJ online sportsbooks across all four major U.S. sports (NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL) and including PointsBetting, can offer as many as 1000 markets on any given NBA game.

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