Betfred Partners with the World Rugby League

The rugby league world cup has located its official partner for all three-divisional teams in England. The RLWC issued announcements that Betfred is the official sponsor & partner of the “Rugby League World Cup – 2020 Division”. Betfred released information regarding contract details. The casino & sportsbook will sponsor the England Men’s, Women’s, and Wheelchair teams competing in the RLWC – 2020 Division.

Industry insiders familiar with Betfred & their sponsorship agreements aren’t surprised by the announcement. Sponsorship contracts between Betfred and the Super Rugby League have been sustained since 2017. That’s extended towards partnership agreements to sponsor Championships, the Women’s Super League, and League One. Learning that Betfred is becoming the title sponsor for 2020 means their logo will appear on the jerseys of all three teams. Promotional benefits for Betfred will sustain one month between October & November 2021. Details regarding the monetary payout to the RWLC from Betfred won’t be issued until fourth-quarter reports of this year are released.

Betfred founder Fred Done issued statements regarding the partnership & sponsorship agreement. Successful relationships with the Super Rugby League have extended to all levels, with Betfred’s Founder mentioning delight in continuing to partner alongside a prominent sports franchise.

Praise was issued by Mark Foster, Chief Commercial Officer for the Super Rugby League. He emphasised that over three years, Betfred has become a prominent & outstanding sponsor for SRL. CCO Mark Foster mentioned how it’s fantastic that even amidst the pandemic, Betfred wants to continue that relationship for 2021. Foster noted that it enables players to prepare for upcoming matches & become excited by the possibility of winning.

No Attendance Allowed

Supporters aren’t being permitted in attendance for the “Rugby League World Cup – 2020 Division”. Multiple cities are hosting the matches in Great Britain, where supporters can witness festivities next year from parking lots with planned social distancing. Hosting cities include Sheffield, Leeds, Newcastle, and London.