The international business to business sports gambling provider and iGaming offeror, FSB, has just recently proudly announced that due to a series of record-breaking performance numbers and analytics correlating from this month’s exciting Cheltenham Festival horse racing event.
Record-Breaking Numbers Reported
The award – winning platform provider in FSB which just so happens to be headquartered in the United Kingdom presently recorded a 38 % year over year steady increase in betting numbers as well as 45 % developing growth on active users that engage with their partner network over the course of a week. These numbers and analytics were complimented by record number of platform revenue for the annual event and a 5 % spark in turnover from last year (2022).
Horse Racing Brands
By running and operating committed horse racing brands such as Fitzdares and Bet Goodwin, FSB has been enabled to launch new platform products and services. For example, Bet Boost which is an integrated tricast/forecast gambling property, and it has a devoted Cheltenham hub in order to accommodate hosting curated Festival concentrated particular/special wagers all in time for the tapes going up on Tuesday, March 14th, 2023.
FSB’s successful Cheltenham Festival comes a month after going live in North America with long – term horse racing focused heritage partner Fitzdares in the Canadian province of Ontario.
The Sportsbook and Trading Director at FSB, Mark Wilson, stated, “As a sportsbook first supplier with deep expertise across horse racing, the Cheltenham Festival is one of our tentpole events within the sporting calendar so naturally we are thrilled with these striking set of results.
“Attaining double digit growth across a number of key metrics is testament to the dynamism of our teams as we strived to deliver an enhanced product proposition to our partner community over the four days. We now look forward to next month’s Grand National confident in our continued ability to deliver a world – class horse racing betting experience to the industry.”