Brookvale to be renamed Lottoland in mega deal for Manly
Exciting partnership..from left, Sea Eagles Head of Football Bob Fulton, Matthew Brinckley (Lottoland Marketing Director Australia), Sea Eagles Chief Operating Officer Neil Bare, and Luke Brill (Lottoland Managing Director).
Manly Warringah Sea Eagles today announced a commercial partnership with Lottoland Australia (Lottoland).
The partnership sees the Sea Eagles’ home ground renamed as Lottoland on a long term basis, as well as Lottoland securing the coveted top of back position on Sea Eagles’ jerseys for at least the next two years.
The lucrative seven-figure partnership assists greatly in ensuring that the Sea Eagles continue to play home games at the traditional Northern Beaches fortress, an iconic suburban venue where the club has experienced significant success over its proud 70 year history in winning eight premierships.
The Sea Eagles approached Lottoland some time ago about a potential partnership and are delighted that the discussions progressed so well that they have led to today’s announcement.
Sea Eagles Chief Executive Officer, Tim Cleary, welcomed the announcement.
“We are excited to secure this commercial partnership and see it building strongly over the long term with both parties working together on joint community initiatives,’’ Mr Cleary said.
“We see this as a pivotal step to further ensuring the Sea Eagles continue to play home games on the Northern Beaches.”
Lottoland Australia Managing Director, Luke Brill, said the company was very pleased to partner with the Sea Eagles.
“Lottoland has had an incredible first year in Australia, and now we want to invest back into the community,’’ Mr Brill said.
“When Manly approached us with the opportunity to rename the historic Brookvale Oval to Lottoland and help keep the Sea Eagles playing in Manly, we jumped at the chance.
“Partnering with Manly is our first step in a long-term commitment to support the Australian sporting community, and strengthens our position in this market.
“We all very much look forward to witnessing the first NRL game live at Lottoland.”
Since launching in 2013, Lottoland has grown rapidly to become a world leader in the online lottery sector. Innovation, coupled with the freedom to offer players a unique and enhanced lottery playing experience, has been key to the company’s success.
Lottoland boasts a range of exciting options that set it apart from the competition. By using an insurance-backed business model, Lottoland can offer features such as DoubleJackpot, allowing players to double their jackpot winnings on any lottery.
Players are able to bet on the outcomes of the biggest lotteries from around the world, with mega jackpots available seven days a week. Major draws available with Lottoland include the EuroMillions, EuroJackpot and America’s PowerBall and MegaMillions lotteries.
The Lottoland business is active in over 10 markets, has over 300 employees, more than 5 million customers worldwide and achived revenues in the region of €300m in 2016. Lottoland is licensed and regulated by the Government of Gibraltar, the UK Gambling Commission, the Republic of Ireland National Excise License Office and the Northern Territory’s Racing Commission in Australia.”To-date Lottoland has 11 offices across 4 continents, including offices in Sydney and Darwin.