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WILL HILL AUSTRALIAN SPORTINGBET BUSINESS TO REBRAND
2015-02-23

William Hill will officially rebrand its Sportingbet.com.au operation as William Hill in the Australian market this week followed by Centrebet and TomWaterhouse in the near future.

Existing Sportingbet clients will be migrated to new local website William Hill.com.au.

This is the exciting first step towards merging three Australian betting brands into one highly regarded, international brand, said Tom Waterhouse, chief executive officer of William Hill Australia. Placing all of our assets behind one brand will allow us to provide our customers with the best possible wagering experience and more diverse betting opportunities.

William Hill has a rich history in betting on racing and sports, and the brand will enable us to leverage decades of global wagering expertise and understanding to help us establish the best possible product for punters in Australia.




SHARP MARKETING AT PARTY POKER NJ.
2014-02-20

PartyPokerNJ.com marketers in New Jersey NFL Lines were quick off the mark this week as news broke that up to $82 million in Full Tilt Poker reimbursements is about to reach 30,000 US poker fans (see previous InfoPowa reports).

The site is to offer special bonuses on deposits made from FTP remissions.

The poker information site Pokerfuse reported that players who provide proof of remission payments when depositing at the site will receive 25 percent of $400 or $800 deposits in tournament value.

There are three levels to the promotion. For a $75 deposit, players get $25 of free credits, consisting of $10 for tournaments, $10 for casino and $5 for cash games.

The move gives PartyPokerNJ an opportunity to attract, and perhaps retain, former FTP players.



AMAYA GAMING SIGNS UP COGETECH FOR ONLINE POKER
2013-05-07

Montreal-based online gambling group Amaya Gaming has signed a deal to supply Italian betting and gaming provider Cogetech SpA with the poker platform from its Ongame Network Limited subsidiary.

The deal follows a similar agreement with Aristocrat Technologies recently (see previous InfoPowa report).

Cogetech, itself a subsidiary of the SNAI group, will use the Ongame platform to power a new poker offering at the IziPoker.it domain.

The signing of Cogetech is an important achievement for us in a key market, said David Baazov, Maya's chief executive. It is a leading and respected brand in the Italian gaming market covering both business-to-business and business-to-consumer verticals. Amaya Gaming will be able to support it across the board and we look forward to working together.

The deal was agreed in partnership with Italian distributor Active Games while the new poker offering from IziPoker.it went live on Saturday alongside the sites existing sports betting, skill, bingo and casino offerings.

Amaya Gaming is a perfect partner for us in the Italian market with outstanding products for both poker and casino,' said Fabio Schiavolin, Cogetech's CEO..

Ongame Network poker is built on a modern platform that enables both stability and new innovative features and Ongame Network is the only provider with full mobile support including both Android and iOS compatibility.