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The new name sponsor of the Latvian-Estonian Basketball League is Paf


New name sponsor of the Latvian-Estonian Basketball League is online gambling company Paf.

President of Estonian Basketball Association Jaak Salumets: „Together we make big things and Latvian-Estonian Basketball League is a proof of that. I`m sure that Paf will give some new energy to the league and I believe we soon have our first work victories!“


Allar Levandi, manager of Paf's Estonian office: "We are proud of the status of a name sponsor and wish all teams a successful season."


Rihards Streikis, marketing manager of "The cooperation with the Latvian-Estonian Basketball League, which gave a lot of intrigue and ended with exciting finale, is certainly a pleasant challenge for us. We don't want to be just another supporter of a league, but by sharing the knowledge that has been built over the years, to give basketball an increasing role and to promote basketball growth inside and out the basketball court!" 


President of Latvian Basketball Association Valdis Voins: “By joining forces with the Estonian Basketball Association and clubs, we have created qualitative competition that provides good conditions for the growth of Latvian teams and players and it is interesting for both the viewers and supporters. The cooperation with “Pafbet” which is a successful company in the international arena, will help the Latvian-Estonian League to become more stable, stronger and popular!” 


Paf Latvian-Estonian Basketball League continues to have 15 teams - 8 from Estonia and 7 from Latvia this season (last year was the opposite). There is one change in the competition format compared to last year: last year two games were played in the quarterfinals (at home and away), this year the series will be played to two wins. All teams have 28 matches in the regular season.


The season opens on 27th of September. Regular season will be over on March 22, and the quarter finals will be played by April 1. The Final Four will be held on April 3 and 4 next year.


Participating teams:


BC Kalev / Cramo, Tallinn Kalev / TLU, Pärnu Sadam, TALTECH, University of Tartu, AVIS UTILITAS Rapla, BC Valga-Valka / Maks & Moorits, Rakvere Tarvas, VEF Riga, BK Ventspils, BK Ogre, Jurmala Betsafe, University of Latvia, Valmiera Glass / VIA, BK Liepaja.


Paf is a gaming company licensed in Estonia, founded in Åland in 1966 and has been operating in Estonia for over ten years. What makes Paf different from other gaming environments is that all profits earned are channeled to charity. Paf is owned by the municipality of Åland, which has decided to return all the money it has earned to society - sport, culture, nature conservation and the social sphere. Paf has been a supporter of the Estonian Olympic Committee since 2004 and a major supporter of the Estonian Tennis Association since 2015. Other areas are also being supported.

Olulised sündmused
Today, 26. September
Karmo Allikas (41)
Silver Kallas (45)
Jegor Mitrofanski (36)
Martin Müürsepp (48)
Eleriin Vaino (23)
Tomorrow, 27. September
Peeter Ainsam (76)
Jevgeni Ignatjev (55)
Tarvo Kruup (43)
Freddy Talts (32)
Tatjana Tretjakova (38)



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