HUNTINGTON, NY--(Marketwired - Oct 28, 2013) - SeanieMac International, Inc. (OTCQB: BETS), doing business as SeanieMac Limited, the parent company of the all-Irish online sports & casino wagering website www.SeanieMac.com, today announced the signing of two major partnerships.
SeanieMac will partner with Donedeal.ie and Attheraces.co.uk, two of the biggest websites in Ireland and the UK.
Donedeal.ie has a global Alexa ranking of 5,717 and is ranked the 10th largest website in Ireland. SeanieMac is now the exclusive betting partner of Done Deal beating a host of competitors to what will prove to be a very lucrative partnership. SeanieMac dynamic banners with special offers will be displayed on the Done Deal website from November 2014.
AttheRaces.co.uk is Britain and Ireland's largest TV channel for horseracing and the number one website for horseracing with millions of unique monthly visitors and also has exclusive rights to broadcast all Irish horseraces. At The Races will display SeanieMac's banners as well as adding SeanieMac's live odds feed to their odds comparison grid. SeanieMac will be featured on ATR from November 2014.
Mr Sean McEniff CEO of Seaniemac.com said he is "delighted to welcome Done Deal and ATR as official partners of SeanieMac.com. By partnering with these very successful businesses and leaders in their respected industries we will get SeanieMac in front of millions of potential customers every month and will give our brand great exposure and will add to our already strong customer base. This announcement is further evidence of the growing strength of the SeanieMac brand."
SeanieMac Limited owns and operates www.SeanieMac.com, an online sports and casino wagering web-based platform serving gamblers directly under the brand name SeanieMac.com.
While the site offers wagering for many categories outside of sports, SeanieMac is capturing the Irish market by initially focusing on the Gaelic Athletics Association (GAA) or Gaelic Games as well as Irish horse racing and soccer. Its mission is to offer a market-leading, user-friendly website for online gambling, including sports betting and casino gaming (traditional casino, live casino, poker, bingo and interactive skilled games). The Company does not market to U.S. residents and, hereby, specifically discourages them from attempting to access its wagering services.
The Irish gambling industry generated approximately $18.7 billion in 2011 revenue, with $1.7 billion of that generated online and growing rapidly at double digit rates. The Irish online gambling sector is projected to reach $3.2 billion in 2012.
As its national pastime, the Gaelic Games have long been popular in Ireland but they are gaining worldwide appeal, especially in areas with large communities of Irish emigrants and their descendants, such as the U.S., Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom, where many communities have their own teams and clubs participating in the Gaelic Leagues locally and internationally. To learn more about the GAA, see www.gaa.ie.
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