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PointsBet signs Ian Joy to front new World Cup Football show

PointsBet has launched a new show called Stoppage Time with Ian Joy ahead of the start of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

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The show, hosted by former football player Ian Joy, will feature full game previews and betting insights for every match in the tournament.

Ian Joy commented on his new show, saying: "I'm honoured and privileged to be partnering with a leading sportsbook like PointsBet to create one-of-a-kind soccer content for the World Cup and beyond. This World Cup will be unlike no other, and I'm excited to bring soccer fans and bettors a new way to enjoy every second of the tournament."

Officially launching on 17 November, three days before the first game of the biggest sporting tournament on Earth, the content from the show will be integrated into the PointsBet app.

Furthermore, episodes of the show will be available across YouTube and various podcast platforms. Meanwhile, football journalist Fabrizio Romano will join Ian as a special guest, alongside other notable names from the sport.

Following the announcement, SVP of Content at PointsBet USA, Liam Roecklein, added: "With the most talked about soccer event beginning in just a few short days, we're building PointsBet to be the premier destination for all things World Cup – from market-leading live betting options to best-in-class content.

“The interest in soccer continues to grow among the US betting community, and we're tapping into that with the debut of our new show Stoppage Time with Ian Joy. Whether you're new to soccer or a veteran, this show will deliver a whole new experience for bettors."

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