Pinnacle Names Mats Wilander First Brand Ambassador
Pinnacle is a household name in the online betting industry. The company was founded in 1998 and it serves customers in over 200 countries. Pinnacle’s website is available in 19 different languages. The main reason for Pinnacle’s popularity are the high odds that this operator offers, which allows successful punters to aim for a larger profit margin, compared to what they can get at other bookmaker websites. Pinnacle also offers high betting limits and doesn’t lower the limits for successful players, which is something that other operators regularly do.
For the occasion of the bookmaker’s 20-year anniversary, the management decided to hire the first ever brand ambassador and it has to be said that the profile of the athlete matches the brand reputation. The name of the new ambassador is Mats Wilander, former Swedish tennis player and world number 1. Wilander and Nadal are the only players who have won at least two Grand Slam titles on each of the three surfaces (grass, hard court and clay).
Both Parties Excited about The Deal
Wilander will be providing content for the Resources portal on Pinnacle website and tennis fans and punters will sure be able to learn a lot from a man with such knowledge and insight.
Pinnacle’s CEO, Paris Smith stated that she was delighted about the partnership deal, adding that the “move encapsulates Pinnacle’s emphasis on high performance”. Wilander has already written a thorough analyses and preview of 2018 Australian Open Tournament.
Wilander himself was also very pleased with the deal. In a statement he said that he acquired a lot of experience over the years he spent on the court and that he is “very excited to be able to share some of those with Pinnacle customers for this year’s major tournaments, starting with the Australian Open”.
In addition to the partnership deal, Pinnacle have also decided to launch a €8,000 Slam promotion, which gives punters the opportunity to earn as much as €8K by predicting the winner of the singles tournaments (both men’s and women’s) at the Australian Open.