Premier Punt Joins Forces With Southampton Football Club

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Aug/12/2016

Southampton Football Club announced that Premier Punt have become their Official Fantasy Sports Betting Partner. 

The Edinburgh-based social gaming and betting company signed a multi-year deal with Saints ahead of the 2016/17 campaign. 

John Gordon, CEO at Premier Punt, said: “Premier Punt are delighted to partner with Southampton FC. 

"We are focused on delivering the ultimate Fantasy Football experience, and are looking forward to delivering a mix of exclusive games, competitions and more for Saints fans. Southampton FC were the perfect fit for us, as they were the club with the biggest desire to give more back to their fans.”

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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