LAS VEGAS, NV – January 26: The Vegas Golden Knights against the St. Louis Blues on January 26, 2021 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Getty Images via Jeff Botari / NHLI)
The pro sports team’s relationship with the TAT service did not last until the late-night drunken wedding at the Lucky Little Wedding Chapel.
On Saturday, about 72 hours after they made their announcement, the Vegas Golden Knights severed their relationship with the Mexico-based website, OpicTrade, which sells gambling options.
“The Vegas Golden Knights have terminated their sponsorship agreement with Epictrade,” the club said in a statement. “The organization will not have additional comments on this at this time.”
When the deal was announced, the team said sponsorship made them “the Knights’ official facial sports peak service partner”, protecting the entire industry.
The action network reached out to an official of the Vegas Golden Knights, who declined to comment in public. So even the NHL, which would have approved the sponsoring class, did not raise questions about the mystery.
The most shocking thing about the partnership is that if any team knew about Sleeze Land, it should be a team based in Vegas.
Does the service ever pick up against the Knights? What happens when Peak Service tells everyone to bet the Knights and they lose? No one knows the answers to these questions, because after a half-baked deal it has become a mum that can only happen in the NHL.