The online gaming world has delivered some exciting news this week: boxing legend Mike Tyson is stepping into the ring as the brand ambassador for the Rabona online casino site and sportsbook.
The win for Rabona is an obvious one. They’ve already claim to have great casino games, stunning visuals, and an easy-to-use website. The arrival of Mike Tyson on the scene serves to help cement the platform’s status as a top pick among more well-established competitors.
But what does it mean for fans and players? This new sparring partnership promises a front-row seat to unparalleled excitement and exclusive content, courtesy of Iron Mike himself.
Rabona is banking on Tyson’s star power to draw in customers and isn’t pulling any punches as it celebrates its new collaboration with the former world champ. A risk-free bet offer has arrived to mark the occasion.
This promo isn’t a one-time deal for newcomers; existing customers can also get in on the action. Essentially, if your first bet of the week falls flat, you get your stake back as bonus cash, up to €100.
Monthly live streams on Twitch and Kick are also on the way, where Tyson himself will take you through Rabona’s games, sharing anecdotes from his storied career and maybe even throwing in some betting tips and bonuses.
Rabona - powered by Soft2Bet - is just one of many online casinos and sportsbooks on the market that feature thousands of games and sports betting options. The acquisition of Tyson as an ambassador will be seen as a significant boost to their brand visibility and credibility.
Tyson isn't the first celeb to team up with an online gambling site; he follows the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and fellow combat sports specialist, Conor McGregor.
One of the few downsides is that not everyone can join the party: UK and US punters are among those who will need to look elsewhere.
Tyson and Rabona have inked a six-month deal to deliver a knockout combo of gaming and sports excitement. In the words of the boxing great himself: “Get ready for a gaming experience that packs a punch!”
After years working as a national newspaper and magazines journalist in the UK, and a former assistant sports editor, Richard has worked almost exclusively in the iGaming industry since 2017. Helping assemble and lead a content team providing articles to one highly-regarding gambling business, and writing countless pieces for others, we're delighted to have him on board. Outside of the gambling world, Rich is a keen sports fan, has picked golf back up again after 20 years and managed not to throw his pitching wedge into the water after duffing another chip (yet!).Read Full Bio