Bodog.net Signs Advertising Deal with LA Galaxy Pro Soccer

Published Wednesday, October 06, 2010 - Online-Casinos.com

Bodog.net online gambling is world renowned for it's fairness and winning style, and will be keeping the fans aware of their offerings by advertising on all the illuminated field boards, corner section banners, stadium electronic scoreboards and numerous in-stadium TVs at the LA Galaxy’s Home Depot Center.

The recent announcement has the soccer world buzzing with an anticipated excitement. The Los Angeles Galaxy has been the darling of soccer fans world wide with David Beckham now with the club and success in the wings.
Bodog.com is already the gaming partner of EPL, and reigning European League runner-up, Fulham. The fantasy sports, free play poker, site is moving into familiar territory in the USA.
Global PR Director at BodogBrand.com, Ed Pownall, said in an interview, "Both the LA Galaxy and Bodog brands are recognized around the globe, making this partnership not only mutually beneficial, but a perfect synergy across the United States and beyond," "The fantasy sports industry has grown exponentially in recent years and is showing no signs of stopping, and soccer, with its many dimensions, offers itself perfectly to fantasy sports games," 

Bodog.net offers poker players a place to safely, securely, no cost, environment where one can learn the details on how to play the game. Sports fans interested in fantasy sports have a chance to participate in free contests for the opportunity to win weekly cash prizes, with a prize pool of $75,000, Pownall said.  

This announcement that will put the Bodog brand out in front of another 27,000 soccer fans in the LA Galaxy's Home Depot Center along with those hockey fans that follow the ice hockey team Edmonton Oilers who have also signed a sponsorship deal with Bodog.net.

Bodog is aiming it's advertising at the young affluent demographic with it's sport sponsorship and advertising efforts expanding a potential market in North America that is sure to pay off even in the short term.

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