From 2020, Napoleon Sports & Casino will be a partner of the Deceuninck – Quick-Step cycling team.
The logo of Belgium’s No. 1 company in casino games and sports betting will appear on the jersey of Deceuninck – Quick-Step. “The Wolfpack” got 68 wins in 2019 and finished top of the team rankings of the UCI World Tour for the second consecutive year.
Napoleon Sports and Casino is the leading Belgian online betting platform, operating from Erembodegem (Aalst). It is fully licensed through the Belgian Commission and provides customers a safe environment to play.
“We are delighted with this partnership. It was written in the stars that we, both being ambitious Belgian organisations, would join forces”, Deceuninck – Quick-Step CEO Patrick Lefevere said.
“We share an indescribable big passion for sports. We both aim for results, without losing track of the thrill factor in everything we do to entertain people. Just like the Wolfpack, our customers enjoy the thrill and the feeling of winning”, Napoleon Sports & Casino CEO online Francesco Postiglione reacted.
“We welcome Napoleon Sports & Casino to our family and are grateful for their support”, Patrick Lefevere said. “Their support will strengthen our position and help us develop our team even further.”
No more cycling odds on Napoleon-platform
Napoleon Sports & Casino is already active as a sponsor in Belgian football, supporting Cercle Brugge and KAA Gent. It also has a long-lasting partnership with Tom Boonen, the former cycling champion who excels in racing now.
“Those partnerships prove that sports is our passion. And for our Belgian audience, crazy about cycling, sponsoring the Deceuninck – Quick-Step team is a great next step for us. It shows our commitment to Belgian sports”, said Francesco Postiglione.
“As an official sponsor of a World Tour-team, all cycling odds will be removed from our platform from 1/1/2020. This is in accordance with the UCI regulations. We do everything we can to provide the fans of casino games and sports betting a safe environment to play, with respect for the integrity of sport.”
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