Unibet to Sponsor Men and Women's 2020 EHF European Championships

Unibet to Sponsor Men and Women’s 2020 EHF European Championships

Unibet to Sponsor Men and Women’s 2020 EHF European Championships

Unibet have taken up the responsibility to not only sponsor the men’s, but the women’s 2020 EHF EURO 2020 Championships as well. The two said tournaments are set to take place in Sweden, Norway, and also Austria from January 9th to 26th, and in Denmark and Norway from December 3rd to 20th respectively.

The success achieved by the betting firm in the women’s event last year has proved their capabilities and sponsorship will resume in the coming year of 2020. Wanda Sports firm Infront arranged the agreement and Kindred Group, Unibet’s parent company signed it.

Men’s European Championships will be participated by a total record of 24 teams, where Spain will be the title defenders after they have defeated Sweden 29-23 in Zagreb’s final. It is also the first time that the event is joint-organised by three countries for the final weekend that will last over three days.

The senior-resident of Infront, Julien Ternisien, said that the Kindred Group’s resolve to increase its presence at the tournament spoke volumes about the effect that the firm’s sponsorship had at the women’s championships last year.

She also added that sponsors are increasingly valuing the men’s handball since all eight packages had already been sold.

The worldwide head of sponsorship of Kindred Group, Timothy Mastelinck also added that the firm was committed to providing an honest, transparent and safe gaming experience to the customers. In addition, he said the company will make sure the players play responsibly by creating awareness of their gaming behaviour.

According to Mastelinck, the continued growth on the sport’s popularity have given handball a chance to bet on handball as it is gaining more attention amongst the betters He added that their drive is fair play and passion for sportsmanship, and since their values are similar to those of EHF, it was logical for them to continue the partnership.

The sale of eight sponsorship packages didn’t escape the notice of EHF. The organization’s secretary-general, Martin Hausleitner, said that it was good news because it underlined the charm of handball for sponsors as the organization anticipates organizing the biggest EHD EURO ever next month.

Haustleitner believes that Kindred Group’s dedication to working with a relevant NGO demonstrates that it has found a worthy partner for the upcoming tournament.

Kindred Group is in fact a leading online gambling operator that owns business across Europe and in Australia. The company’s sustainability strategy includes a commitment to contribute to communities.

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