Dabble is the self-described “betting app today” and has purchased the mobile sports betting platform Moneyball Australia. As a socially-oriented betting company, the former company will be able expand its operations as it targets the local market.
Moneyball has “Some Bittersweet News to Tell”
Moneyball’s announcement noted that the company is closing. The team is optimistic about the acquisition, given Dabble’s commitment to excellence. Moneyball will now be a part the larger company, which is known for providing engaging inclusive and social betting experiences.
Moneyball by Dabble’s acquisition of Moneyball is in keeping with its continued expansion strategy. The financial details of the deal were not made public. However, the financial aspect of the deal was made public. Moneyball users will now have access to Dabble’s social network and products, which will improve their social betting experience.
Moneyball and Dabble will offer a wide range of exciting betting options, with innovative mechanics and features. Dabble’s popular Activity Feed, Banter Channel, and Copy Bet features will all be available. Dabble will automatically transfer moneyball players’ accounts to Dabble, making it a smooth transition.
The Two Operators Share Inherent Synergies
Moneyball was once one of Australia’s most popular daily fantasy sports operators. In 2021, Moneyball relaunched as a fully-fledged sports betting site.
Dabble was established in 2020 and has quickly grown to be one of Australia’s largest sports betting companies. Dabble draws inspiration from some of the most popular social media platforms around the globe to create a platform where both bettors as well as sports enthusiasts can feel part of a larger community.
Dabble boasts 150,000 satisfied customers, proving the formula’s success. Younger bettors are attracted to the social aspect, which is why 80% of customers are between 18 and 35.
Dabble’s CEO is Excited About the Acquisition
According to Dabble, Tom Roundle is the chief executive officer of Dabble. He stated that his company is eager to grow Dabble. He believes the unique platform’s offerings make it an exceptional platform in Australia.
Rundle believes that Moneyball customers already know about community-oriented casinos. Rundle is certain that the acquisition will allow the Dabble community to grow significantly.
Moneyball customers are already familiar with community-based wagering through their strong background in fantasy sports. We believe this will make Moneyball’s community even more attractive.
Tom Rundle, CEO, Dabble
Dabble used Facebook’s AI chatbots last year to gain new customers.