Ambassadorial coup for WynnBet

American casino operator Wynn Resorts Limited has announced the signing of deals that are to see a respected trio of former professional athletes serve as brand ambassadors for its mobile-friendly WynnBet sportsbetting innovation.

The Las Vegas-headquartered firm used an official Wednesday press release to detail that the agreements with Tim Howard (pictured), Nick Mangold and Chad ‘Ochocinco’ Johnson were inked through its Wynn Interactive subsidiary and are to involve the three actively promoting the online sports wagering service already available in the states of New Jersey, Colorado, Michigan, Virginia, Indiana and Tennessee.

Direct duties:

Wynn Resorts Limited explained that the partnerships are to see Howard, Mangold and Johnson appear in advertising spots for its WynnBet advance and attend in-person events at the Blue Wire Podcast Studio inside its Wynn Las Vegas property for the purposes of promoting the remote sportsbetting service. The Nevada firm disclosed that it is to now moreover run several in-app promotions and odds boost schemes tailored towards the trio’s individual personalities and interests.

Innovative initiative:

Launched in July of last year, the WynnBet sportsbetting service was described by Wynn Resorts Limited as ‘providing one-of-a-kind experiences, unique social betting mechanics and a high-quality user interface.’ The company furthermore proclaimed that the advance has been ‘designed to digitally deliver the legendary service and guest experience’ for which it is already known while being backed up by its own ‘legacy as the world’s premier international casino operator.’

Soccer success:

Wynn Resorts Limited divulged that Howard was a goalkeeper that managed to rack up a record 121 appearances for the United States Men’s National Soccer Team during a 13-year career that also saw him turn out for English Premier League sides Manchester United and Everton. It pronounced that the 42-year-old New Jersey native finished his playing career with the Colorado Rapids of Major League Soccer (MLS) and now works as a television analyst while simultaneously using his social media platform to provide insights to ‘soccer fans across the globe.’

Read a statement from Howard…

“I’m excited to join the WynnBet team, one of the most recognized names in sports and entertainment. With MLS continually growing in popularity, I look forward to sharing my game previews and parlay picks with WynnBet customers.”

Gridiron great:

Wynn Resorts Limited explained that 37-year-old Mangold spent eleven years with the New York Jets franchise of the National Football League (NFL) where he earned seven Pro Bowl nominations. It asserted that the former offensive linesman is now destined to bring his ‘big man’ personality to its WynnBet service while expanding his social media footprint and using the new partnership to support his former team.

Mangold’s statement read…

“I’ve played football for almost my entire life and never realized how entertaining it is to bet on the sport and interact with other fans about betting. Now that I’m retired, I’ve enjoyed learning the role that betting and social interaction plays in enhancing my enjoyment of the game.”

Apparent advocate:

Finally, Wynn Resorts Limited detailed that Johnson is a former wide receiver who spent eleven years in the NFL with the Cincinnati Bengals and New England Patriots. It stated that the 43-year-old Miami native is ‘one of the most influential athlete social media influencers’ in the United States courtesy of his more than five million followers spread across Instagram and Twitter that will now have his future charitable endeavors supported by WynnBet.

Read a statement from Johnson…

“You know I love my fans and Wynn Resorts Limited is known for focusing on providing the best guest experience, which is why WynnBet is a perfect partner. This is all about connecting directly with sportsbetting fans to provide great entertainment and conversation through social media and in-person events.”