Coolbet Partners Up With Team Epping Curling In Canada
Team Epping announced a new multi-year partnership today with Coolbet, an online sportsbook and gaming company known as the most transparent in the industry and recent winner of multiple international awards in their community.
The partnership will see the Coolbet logo displayed prominently on the right shoulder on Team Epping uniforms worn during competitions around the world, the launch of a new “Stay Cool with Team Epping” video content series and see Coolbet become the presenting sponsor of the Team Epping sponsor appreciation and VIP event.
“We’re really excited to welcome Coolbet as a new partner of Team Epping,” said skip John Epping, a four-time Grand Slam of Curling Champion and 18-time winner on the World Curling Tour. “Coolbet is looking to take the sport of curling up to that major league level with what they’re doing with fan engagement and we’re thrilled they chose us to help push their brand awareness here in Canada.”
The “Stay Cool with Team Epping” video content series is a play on the Coolbet company slogan and will be a behind the scenes look at some fun content with players from the team and potentially some special guests as well.
“Team Epping is one of the premier curling teams in the world and we’re excited to support them as they continue to battle for the number one ranking spot in the world and entertain curling fans around the country,” said Kris Abbott, Country Manager – Canada for Coolbet. “Our big focus as we continue to roll out our brand in Canada is to be ingrained in the social and sporting fabric of our markets and there are very few things more Canadian than the sport of curling.”
Team Epping can be seen in action next at the Tim Hortons Brier in Kingston, ON where they will kick off the event in the opening draw on February 29th at 2PM against Team Canada.
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About Team Epping:
John Epping, a four-time Grand Slam of Curling Champion and 18-time winner on the World Curling Tour, leads the current #2 ranked curling team in the world. With a new elite lineup for the 2019/2020 season, the team is set to become one of the top contenders to represent Canada at the 2022 Winter Olympics:
John Epping (Skip) – Four-time Grand Slam of Curling Champion
Ryan Fry (Third) – Olympic gold medalist and Brier Champion
Mat Camm (Second) – Two-time Grand Slam of Curling Champion
Brent Laing (Lead) – Three-time Brier and World Champion