Leading London-based company Smarkets announced the launch of Smarkets News, an innovative news website.
Smarkets Launches Smarkets News, a New Site Focused on Sports and Politics
The London-based award-winning sports betting company, Smarkets, announced on Thursday that it launched a news website called Smarkets News. Writers from the sports industry and politics are going to be a part of the new website, bringing unique previews, trends, as well as betting tips.
Smarkets’ head of customer marketing, Adam Baylis, outlined that the company is excited to gather expert writers for the new website. Moreover, he acknowledged that Smarkets News complements the company’s mission to be a leading source of information.
“We are very excited to be bringing together so many great writers for a new betting content site that aligns with our mission for Smarkets – and its prices – to be a leading information source.”
Adam Baylis, head of customer marketing, Smarkets
Additionally, Baylis said that the new website will offer fascinating trends and unique angles from a multitude of political and sporting betting markets. In conclusion, he explained that Smarkets provides the best odds in the world, which is why the company “can’t wait to welcome people to a content hub focused on the insight those odds provide.”
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Experienced Journalists and Writers Participate in the New Project
According to Smarkets, Robin Barnier, the experienced journalist for goal.com will be among the authors of the first articles posted on Smarkets News. Moreover, the website will feature content from Brian Keogh, the famous golf writer, as well as US specialist Mark Woods and Liz Byrnes, an experienced multi-sports journalist.
Tom Collins, the former Racing Post tipster, will also be joining Smarkets’ new project. Last but not least, the new website will feature content from the company’s head of political markets, Matthew Shaddick.
At first glance, Smarkets News already offers plenty of interesting articles and previews concerning politics, football, horse racing and US sports. The website has a modern and neat design with easy navigation as well as an odds calculator and lay betting calculator that can be used by visitors.