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On Wednesday, April 26th, 2023 the nationwide business-to-business sports betting and  iGaming provider, FSB, announced a major increase in remarkable growth results which were directly correlated to this month’s world famous Grand National horse racing event.

The Results

The global-wide phenomenon as well as the prestigious award-winning sports betting platform (headquartered in the United Kingdom) apparently reported a 30 % year-on-year increase in the bet numbers, and they reported a 29 % increase on active consumers using their platform with its ever – expanding partner community. These numbers were accompanied by an 8 % incitement in turnover on the race event that excitingly was ultimately won by the Lucinda Russell trained pony in Corach Rambler.

With the substantiated as well as dedicated horse racing marquees such as Fitzdares and Bet Goodwin within their pocket stable, FSB was well – known for delivering their partners an enhanced product offering for the main horse racing events that involved Bet Boost’s integrated forecast/tri-cast betting method as well as a vigilantly proposed special betting platform on top of their unique and proprietary pricing model.

FSB’s highly-successful Grand National race came shortly after a record-breaking Cheltenham Festival presentation that promoted the EGR Multi-Channel Supplier of the Year Award and an all-time high platform revenue strea lodi777 m during the 4-day sports betting event.

 Media Statements

Sportsbook and Trading Director at FSB, Mark Wilson, stated “As a UK based sportsbook-first supplier, the Grand National is a hugely important event in our trading calendar and a vital day for our partner community. Because of that, it’s immensely satisfying to see tangible growth this year across many key metrics linked to the race.”

“Following on from our record – breaking Cheltenham Festival performance, these results solidify our position as the leading platform provider for horse racing focused operators.”

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