Would be the same plan as Ladbrokes/Neds/Bookmaker.com. Technically seperate brands but everything run from the same system. So essentially the same markets with a differential pricing algorithm.Key point
Flutter chief executive Peter Jackson said in an investor briefing overnight on Wednesday that the company intended to maintain both the Sportsbet and BetEasy brands in Australia, and use their combined weight to take on the Tabcorp-owned TAB.
"We would envisage running two brands, which we think we’ll need to do to try and take the fight to the TAB," he said.
They’ll definitely look at it, but I think they showed their hand when eventually approving the Tabcorp/Tatts merger. They were literally the only retail wagering competitors and even that eventually got through.In the way that it is a market dominated by 3 or 4 companies which would become 2 or 3 companies if the entities merge - they will most likely be looking at it.
Yeah because foreigners trying to buy Australian assets never run in to problems with government approvalUmmm the parent companies are overseas entities aren't they? What can the ACCC do about that when the A stands for Australia. Make them white label with the different brands in Australia? About it I would have thought.
The regulators don't do squat about petrol companies, banks and supermarkets, what makes you think they will care about bookmakers?That doesn't mean they can act anti competitively in Australia
$35 pm.I left before they hiked the price and started arguing with all the corps. Now just use Punters/BetfairLive.
Do you still find it very useful or are you using as comparison and then still betting on the desktop website? also how much per month now?