Andrew works at the Press Association where he oversees all the company’s sport betting editorial, having previously worked on the Teletext Sport desk and been editor of the England cricket team’s website. A lifelong Huddersfield Town fan, his preferred way to unwind is to head for the hills on his bike.
Dan is a new face at bwin, joining in 2015. He is one of the few Walsall fans in existence, following the Saddlers even during their dark days in League Two. His loyalty to his football club is only matched by his loyalty to WWE despite most people outgrowing it many years ago.
After training badly as a nurse during his early twenties, Iain spent four years working in a Cork City bookmakers before starting an English Literature degree in 2009. Since graduating, he has written for a number of sites on various subjects, including sports, politics and art.
Having contributed to a variety of sports betting-based journalistic mediums, James joined the bwin fraternity in early 2014. He is an avid Middlesbrough Football Club fan who frequently foresees defeats for both Newcastle and Sunderland while, in spite of his age, he remains an unashamed follower of wrestling results.
Stuart has worked at the Press Association for nearly 20 years, beginning on Teletext Sport before moving on to oversee the company’s Football League coverage and now in the role of Sport Production Editor. A lifelong Norwich City supporter and father of two, junior football and an allotment takes up most of his spare time.
Tony has been a journalist for more than 25 years, with past positions including Press Association betting editor, Teletext Sport betting editor and Sport Newspapers deputy racing editor. A Manchester United and Salford Red Devils supporter, he spends much of his spare time walking his two pet greyhounds.