Betdaq Offer 0% Commission On The US Open Tennis

Betdaq has confirmed that GVC Holdings owned betting exchange will reintroduce its 0% commission offer ahead of the US Open 2019 for all tennis bets placed by both new and existing customers.

The betting exchange introduced the same offer for the Wimbledon tournament previously in the year, which saw an rise in matched bets of 307 percent year-on-year, while active users were significantly boosted by 89 percent compared to 2018.

Betdaq Marketing Head Mark Harkin commented on the announcement: “We have seen strong growth across our tennis markets since becoming a 2 percent commission exchange, which has led us to offer 0 percent commission on all tennis bets in July during Wimbledon.

“That offer proved incredibly popular and we’re excited to announce that it’s going to be rolled out again for the year’s final Grand Slam, the US Open.

“This demonstrates once again our dedication to giving our clients the highest price on elite tennis games as we strive to provide the greatest betting experience possible.” The rise in bets placed was ascribed to Betdaq’s enhanced product offering and the introduction of its flat-rate 2 percent commission, both of which allegedly resulted in a spell of development in tennis m.

Betdaq confirmed earlier in the month that by launching its new fixed-odds sportsbook, which will complement its 2 percent exchange and online casino, it has achieved a “key strategic objective.”

A multi-channel marketing campaign, including PR and social media operations with ex-England footballer Glen Johnson and above line advertising starring known actor Ralph Ineson, will support the new sportsbook.

The all-new sportsbook provides a shared Betdaq wallet, guaranteed best odds, complete and partial cash out, live streaming, and visualization in-play betting.

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