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 Jeff Bottari/NHLI via Getty Images)
The relationship between professional sports teams and sales services lasted for a long time, until the late-night drunken marriage broke up at the Lucky Little Wedding Chapel.
Last Saturday, about 72 hours after they announced the news, the Vegas Golden Knights broke their relationship with UpickTrade, a Mexico-based website that sells gambling picks.
The club said in a statement: “The Vegas Golden Cavaliers have terminated their sponsorship agreement with UpickTrade.” “The organization will not comment on this matter at this time.”
When the deal was announced, the team stated that the sponsorship made them “the official sports drafting service partner of the Cavaliers”, which caught the entire industry by surprise.
Action Network contacted an official of the Vegas Golden Cavaliers, who declined to comment publicly. The same is true for the NHL. He originally had to approve the sponsorship category, but did not raise questions about mystery.
The most shocking aspect of this partnership is that if any team knows the exhaustion of the peddler, it should be a team based in Las Vegas.
Will this service fight the Cavaliers? What happens when the pickup service tells everyone that the knights bet and they lost? No one knows the answers to these questions, because this is just a mother after a half-baked trade, which can only happen in the NHL.