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SBG Global Front Man Passes Away

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Published on:
Oct/24/2017

A close friend to the Gambling911.com website and the face of Costa Rica-based SBG Global, Eduardo Agami, has passed away. 

Eduardo once served as President of the Costa Rica Sportsbook Association, which served to ensure online wagering companies in that country followed strict guidelines in dealing fairly with customers. 

In addition to his role within the online gambling industry, Eduardo was also a concert promoter in Costa Rica, welcoming such big name acts as Iron Maiden and Marc Anthony.

Details of Eduardo’s death were not available but his children say it was a peaceful passing and he lived a rewarding life. 

He will be missed greatly.

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com

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