The Fans of HockeyComAdGenting Casino Renews Sponsorship for Coventry Blaze

A booming casino industry backs up British ice hockey pros

When the championship games are finally over and a team’s season record is put in the spotlight, a team owner’s first step when the off-season comes is to assess the management and make the necessary changes for improvement. Although great athletes are the currency so to speak of team owners, having a great roster is not enough to win championships. It takes sponsorship to keep a team alive, be it of funding the equipment or uniforms or with helping the players reach maximum potential through training sessions and competent coaching.

Fife Flyers Frantisek BakrlikBecause of this setting, plenty of our hockey teams today look to major entertainment industries for sponsorship. With a booming casino industry, four-time British ice hockey champions Coventry Blaze are thankful for a renewed sponsorship by Genting Casino. During the team’s 2011-12 season, the Blaze expressed financial difficulties and have called fans of the franchise to help raise funds through purchasing tickets and Blaze merchandise.

Despite the rise of online casino games and entertainment portals, land-based casinos are still popular especially for sports teams. Whether you fancy’s diverse set of casino games or prefer the ones played in your local casinos, there’s no denying that casinos are a huge part of a sports team’s bloodline. With a renewed sponsorship and new players from the roster, the Blaze are looking forward to improve their 4th place league finish last 2012-2013 season.

“Everyone is really looking forward to the new season. We’ve signed some fantastic players and the excitement and entertainment levels look like they will be as good as we’ve seen for many years,” Coventry Blaze general manager Sally Mahers said in with Elite League. With a renewed sponsorship and a hunger for a fifth title, the Blaze are ready to heat up on the ice rink.

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