Hollywoodbets Signs New Brand Ambassador

Iconic sports presenter Robert Marawa announced his brand ambassador role with South Africa’s most prominent sports betting operator Hollywoodbets. At an event at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg, Marawa and Hollywoodbets broke the news of the two big brands merging, intending to bring South Africans closer to the sport than ever before.

With the digital space now more accessible in South Africa, the sports betting industry has seen a significant boom over the last few years.

Marawa is known for his enthralling brand of journalism, which pulls no punches, and tackles some of the essential sports topics in South Africa. Marawa will add value with his experience, knowledge, and opinion by creating bespoke content for our audience. With the brands’ shared passion for sport, there will be collaboration on several initiatives to promote South Africa’s sporting talent.

Additionally, the partnership aims to expand into other African countries. Marawa explained that after his first meeting with Hollywoodbets, he was impressed by their passion and the family-like culture.

“I am looking forward to being a part of the team. Their investment in sports and the community is aligned with my values. With their roots in South Africa, a global mindset, and their incredible energy, I know we will work on impactful projects together.”

– said Robert Marawa

“We’re excited to join forces with Robert. His journey as a pioneering sportscaster resonates with the Hollywoodbets journey of revolutionizing sports betting. His boldness and passion for sports, as well as his captivating insight, is something that we have admired, and having him on board will be a game-changer,”

– said Sandisiwe Bhengu, Hollywoodbets Commercial Manager.

Meanwhile, early this year, the company announced a historical deal to sponsor South African women’s football. The league has now been renamed to Hollywoodbets Super League. This is marked a massive milestone for women’s football after the giant sports betting company Hollywoodbets announced a sponsorship deal for the South African National Women’s Football League. Also, the company committed R3 million in assistance to communities and areas affected during the unrest in Gauteng and most of KwaZulu-Natal area South Africa early this year, which sees millions of businesses and shops destroyed.

While the pro-Zuma activist protested, as the former president was sentenced to jail for failing to appear in court, the protest later turned out to be violent goods were looted with 60 plus people killed over during the crisis.

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