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Mr Vegas Logo To Be Seen In EFL Championship After West Brom Partnership

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The Mr Vegas logo will now be seen in the EFL Championship as the casino brand have hooked up with West Bromwich Albion.

West Brom were last relegated from the Premier League in the 2020-21 season and have since been battling to get back to the English top-flight.

The five-time FA Cup winners finished 9th last season (2022/23) with 66 points – just outside the play-off places so will be hoping for better this time and will be doing so with a new back shirt sponsor – Mr Vegas.

The online Malta-based casino brand have signed a deal that will span the 2023/24 season.

Many eagled-eyed WBA fans would have seen the Mr Vegas logo on the back of the shirts for the first time at their game last weekend in their 4-2 home win over Boro.

Mr Vegas was launched in 2017 and is operated by igaming company Videoslots. They hold a licence in Malta with their Gaming Authority as well as one with the UK Gambling Commission.

With Spreadex also a WBA partner, then Mr Vegas is continuing the sports betting theme with the Championship side.

West Brom are currently four games into the new EFL Championship season and sit 7th going into week five. They’ve recorded two wins and a draw from their opening four matches and will face Huddersfield at home next on Saturday 2nd September at The Hawthorns.

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