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Ty Hafan has linked up with the Championship club’s main sponsors,, to fill the gap left after rules meant the gaming firm could not advertise on the youth teams’ shirts. Frank Ady, head of corporate partnerships at the hospice, said: “Having our names on the youth academy shirts means so much to get the name Ty Hafan out there further than it already is. “This reflects the values and integrity of that they discussed this relationship with Ty Hafan from the outset. We have had a relationship with Cardiff City for a number of years and players have visited the hospice. They were moved by those visits and believe in what we do.” – Sports Betting Online – invited Ty Hafan to join them in their Cardiff City sponsorship. As their business is online gaming, the company name could not be worn by the Bluebirds’ Academy teams at under-16 and under-18 levels. Isle of Mann-based are also main shirt sponsors of West Ham United, whose junior teams link with the Bobby Moore cancer charity. Cardiff City chairman Peter Ridsdale said: “When agreed their sponsorship they asked whether we had a charity who could dovetail our relationship. “Ty Hafan do outstanding work in the community and our under-16 and under-18 team shirts, plus junior replica kit sold through the shop, will have the Ty Hafan name on the front.

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Bodog says it does not advertise in the United Kingdom, but as part of the deal it was granted the rights to develop marketing initiatives with the club, generate content with its players and use its database of fans.  

This has included a link to Bodog on the Arsenal website and Arsenal players, including Tomas Rosicky, posing in Bodog-emblazoned team shirts, as well as a promotional video for the gambling site on YouTube featuring Theo Walcott.

Although there is some uncertainty around the precise definition of advertising as defined by the Act, Arsenal claims it is confident its arrangements with Bodog are not in breach. The Gambling Commission does not comment on individual cases, but a spokesman urged all sports clubs working with overseas gambling operators to take legal advice to ensure they were not breaking the new law.

Separately, it has also emerged that the Canadian founder of Bodog, Calvin Ayre, is listed as “Most Wanted” by the Department of Homeland Security in the United States for allegedly running an illegal gambling business and money laundering. A spokesperson for Bodog said that Mr Ayre has “no part in the day-to-day running” of the company.

Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Everton are among clubs that have or have had lucrative sponsorship deals with online operators that take few bets from British punters, but benefit from the Premier League’s booming popularity in Asia.

Until recently many gambling operators, such as SBOBet and 188Bet, paid clubs for perimeter advertising at home matches, often displayed in Asian languages.

In a letter to sports governing bodies, the Gambling Commission, said: “We are aware that in some cases commercial partnership arrangements [which include sponsorship] are in place between sports clubs or bodies and remote gambling operators who do not hold a commission licence. Those operators cannot, in our view, advertise their betting services without both making it clear in the product as advertised and in reality that betting is not available to those in Britain.”

The body warned that clubs now risk prosecution if their sponsor failed to prevent gamblers in the UK accessing these sites or they were deemed to be failing in the “overall effort” to combat match-fixing through corrupt betting on “unlicensed operators in foreign markets”.

Bodog does block gamblers from the UK using its site. However, security experts warn that the use of so-called IP-blocking software could get around this.

Following the rule changes another major operator, SBOBet, which has previously sponsored Southampton, Swansea City, Hull, Norwich and West Ham United, was forced to exit the Premier League this year.

Adrian Parkinson, of the Campaign for Fairer Gambling, welcomed the crackdown. Parkinson said: “There isn’t an ideal solution to this, but ultimately we will see the departure of many recognised betting brands from the UK market and a slump in sponsorship revenue for those clubs most in need of it. That may be the price we have to pay in order to have a properly regulated betting market and one that provides adequate protection for gambling  consumers.”

A spokesperson for Arsenal said the club was “fully aware” and “in full compliance with the Gambling Act 2014”, adding that Bodog is “within their partnership rights to post Arsenal content via YouTube”.

They added: “Bodog do not operate within the UK and the rights Bodog receive from Arsenal are specifically delivered outside Europe and are geotargeted appropriately.  Bodog is not granted any advertising rights by Arsenal that contravene the Act.”

Bodog said that it did not advertise in the UK and had “ability to offer split stream advertising so that UK viewers will not even see adverts from Asian-facing companies.”

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