Planet Sport Bet signs Savage as Brand Ambassador

Planet Sport Bet signs Savage as Brand Ambassador

Planet Sport Bet, the sportsbook arm of the UK’s leading independent sports media group, Planet Sport, has signed former Premier League footballer and respected pundit, Robbie Savage, as its new Brand Ambassador.

Savage joins Planet Sport Bet as the new season kicks off, providing regular content and sharing his thoughts and opinions on the latest news and events right up until next summer’s European Championship. The former Welsh international will also be the face of Planet Sport Bet’s advertising and promotional campaigns.

The celebrated media pundit will promote Planet Sport Bet across external media including the wider Planet Sport group whose established network of brands include football titles Football365, Planet Football and TEAMtalk.

Mike Grenham, MD, Betting at Planet Sport says: “We are delighted to have signed Robbie Savage as Brand Ambassador. Robbie always offers honest, insightful and hard-hitting opinions on the game’s key talking points having had experience at all ends of the football pyramid.

“His infectious personality is just what we at Planet Sport Bet were looking for as an Ambassador. Though Robbie likes a laugh, he also understands the need to work in a responsible way when gambling is involved; that is something very important to us too.”

Robbie Savage adds: “Planet Sport Bet might be a relatively new sportsbook, but knowing it was from the guys behind TEAMtalk and Football365, I could see it was going to be something special. Planet Sport is a business going places, and I am delighted to being part of the team for the new football season.”

Planet Sport launched Planet Sport Bet in 2021 as part of the founding of a betting and gaming division that also houses multi-sports media title and recent acquisition, content subscription platform, Tipstrr.

Savage made over 500 appearances during a club career that spanned more than 15 years. The former Leicester City, Derby County and Birmingham City midfielder won 39 caps for Wales and since retiring has become a renowned pundit on both the BBC and TNT Sports, while he is also currently Director of Football at Macclesfield FC.

Author: Charles Howard