Sportsbet.io, a bitcoin-led sportsbook, has agreed a deal with football app All Football, that will see the operator accept bets in All Football’s dedicated cryptocurrency, SOC coin. Now, the app’s users will be able to use the SOC coins, which they either won or bought within the All Football app, to wager on Sportsbet.io.
The All Football app provides the latest news and statistics from the world of football to an global audience of over five million international users, just on its English-language version. Featured in the top 10 applications in its category in more than 30 countries, All Football has recently announcing Argentina star Sergio ‘Kun’ Aguero and Belgium star Eden Hazard as official ambassadors.
Tim Heath, CEO of The Coingaming Group, said: “All Football is one of the world’s most popular apps with a highly engaged community of millions. We’re extremely happy to be working with All Football and welcoming SOC coin users to Sportsbet.io. We make every move with the customer in mind and at the centre of our universe. Accepting SOC coin means that All Football users around the world can now easily enjoy fun, fast and fair betting with Sportsbet.io.”
COO at All Football, James Shawn remarked: “All Football has built the most dedicated football community in the world, and SOC coin has been embraced by these users, with millions of dollars in SOC trading on crypto exchanges every day. By partnering with Sportsbet.io, our users can now use SOC coins to wager on the World Cup and hundreds of other sporting events every day. We have been massively impressed by the user experience at Sportsbet.io and we are certain it will prove immensely popular among our community.”
Alongside this integration, Sportsbet.io went live with its World Cup Centre, a one-stop shop for punters to keep up with and bet on all the action from Russia. The operator has also made other developments recently, such as its new Twitch-based football show, ‘Your Road To Glory’.