BetOnline kicks off partnership with Vantage Tag Systems

January 23, 2024
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The company will represent Vantage as its official sponsor.

BetOnline has collaborated with DSG Global subsidiary Vantage Tag Systems to expand its reach within the golf industry. Part of the exclusive partnership includes a lifetime sponsorship and integrating BetOnline’s digital platforms into the Vantage Tag GPS Fleet management system.

BetOnline offers its players sports betting casino, poker and horseracing digital platforms. Through its partnership with Vantage, golfers can register for a account during the game by scanning a QR code that will be available in 25 US states.

Company CEO Eddie Robbins commented, "BetOnline is thrilled to expand our growing footprint in the golf industry by partnering with such a respected and successful company in Vantage Tag Systems.

"This is a match made in heaven because golf enthusiasts love the thrill of betting, and we're excited to infuse the entire Vegas gaming experience directly into their golf carts. Once a customer is signed up, they can easily access the fun on their phones, computers or any digital device."

Vantage Tag Systems CEO Bob Silzer described the collaboration as a company milestone.

He said, "This partnership is a significant milestone for our company. We have worked closely with operators to ensure our Fleet Management solutions not only improve the operation but generate revenue through increased 'Pace of Play' and programmatic advertising.

“The BetOnline relationship is a perfect fit, and our courses will love it."

The duo officially launched its partnership at this year’s PGA Show, which is currently underway in Orlando and will run from now until January 26.

Robbins concluded by saying, "This marks only the beginning of what will be a longstanding and mutually beneficial relationship for all parties involved.

"Once we get the ball rolling, we'll be offering in-play promos such as a 'A Beer On BetOnline!' and many other great benefits to keep the customers entertained on and off the course."


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