G911 Podcast: We Talk Jazz Sports Grand Expansion Plans in North America, Latin American Market

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C Costigan
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We have a treat for Gambling911.com readers.  Management from long established JazzSports.ag out of Costa Rica join us in Miami at Juegos Miami, an affiliate gaming conference for the Latin American market.


Jazz Sports has grander plans than just the Latin American market, where they are already well entrenched.

"We ramped up the Jazz Sports website, improved our affiliate platform, added the only live streaming we know of in the North American/Latin American online betting market, partnered with a European online casino and we still have the best lines in the industry," remarked General Manager Eddie G.

Eddie has been part of the Jazz Sports family for over 20 years now.  He is joined in Miami by Affiliate Marketing reps Anthony and David Wynters (brother of the "Queen of Affiliate Gambling" Stephanie Wynters).

And - surprise - this past year has been one of the busiest Eddie has ever seen.

"People are signing up more than ever right now," he said.  "We used to be pretty dormant this time of year.  People aren't only signing up, they are depositing good money."

In its long existence, Jazz has focused mostly on word-of-mouth, premium clientele and has engaged in limited marketing efforts over the years.

That's all about to change.

With the US Supreme Court abolishing decades of prohibition of sports betting in May 2018, the floodgates have now opened throughout the United States as well as offshore in online gambling hubs like Costa Rica where Jazz Sports is based.

And it's not just the Supreme Court decision that's helping rejuvenate the offshore sports betting industry.

"Bitcoin changed everything," Eddie tells us.  "The cryptocurrency opened up for a huge number of players that allows them to easily move money in and out."

Jazz Sports even allows fully anonymous accounts where one only needs a valid email address, nothing more.

The company offers Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin and Dash.

80% of funding at Jazz is now via Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

"We are going to offer a better product than 90% of what is currently out there," Eddie said.

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