According to reports, this deal has been confirmed after Wolves discontinued their partnership with the previous partner ManBetX. The club recently signed a shirt sponsorship deal with AstroPay which foresees the firm’s logo appearing in front of the men’s and women’s jerseys of the club.
12BET is an online betting company that specializes in offering sports betting and casino goods and services in different languages in European and Asian markets.
The Football Association (FA) suspects the role of betting firms in the English top-flight matches and is currently investigating the matter. The doubt emerged after half of the 20 teams participating had a sports betting organization as their primary shirt sponsor. Thus, the PL clubs will have to find new sponsors if any conclusive evidence is found.
Announcing their association with 12Bet, Wolves said, “12Bet are one of the most recognisable and trusted sports betting brands, with a particular reputation as in-play football betting specialists, and now join in partnership with the club.”
Wolves had a below-par outing in the recently concluded Premier League. The club acquired the 10th spot with 51 points by winning 15 games, losing 17 fixtures and facing a stalemate on six occasions.