Queens Park Rangers Football Club have confirmed they will no longer be carrying the Football Index logo on the front of their shirts after the company announced they were entering administration.
The Football Index platform was suspended on Thursday and the company subsequently announced they would be entering administration.
QPR CEO Lee Hoos said: “As a football club we entered into a one-year agreement with Football Index in good faith.
“In light of recent events, the front property of QPR’s home and away strips will no longer sport the Football Index logo.”
A statement by Football Index said: “We understand this has been a difficult and challenging week for you all. After much difficult deliberation we must now issue the following update.
“The Board of BetIndex Limited has consulted with external legal and financial advisors, and the UK and Jersey Gambling Commissions. The decision has been made to suspend the platform.”
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