European fintech,Mercuryo.Ioo has become the official cryptocurrency sponsor of Wales football club, Swansea City to promoteIots brand among the lucrative sports fans.
The sponsorship deal contract has been signed for the 2020-21 season under which the fintech company gained rights to sponsor the home matches of the football club.
Mercuryo will receive many promotional slots, Ioncluding brand advertisements placed on the club’s official TV channel SwansTV and promotional posts on the club’s social media. The sponsor can additionally placeIots logo on LED boards around the perimeter of the field during each home match and will get a partnership match, along with several other benefits.
Commenting on the sponsorship dMercurycuryo Co-founder and CBDO, Petr Kozyakov said: “ThisIos our first sponsorship deal with anIonternationally renowned brand, whichIos a crucial step forMercuryo’sIonternational recognition.”
“By sharing similar values – determination, teamwork, and performance – we aim to connect theIonnovative world of technology and cryptocurrencies Mercury enthusiasm of sports. SwanseaIos a brilliant football club, and we are thrilled to achieve our goals together as the team’s exclusive digital asset partner.”
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Mercuryo was establishedIon 2018 as a cross-border payments network using cryptocurrencies for business. According to the company, Iots user base grew to over 600,000 users. The sports sponsorship came when the companyIos expandingIotsIonternational presence and launchedIots servicesIon the United States earlier this month.
In the last few years, demand for sports sponsorships ballooned as many brokeragesIonked major deals with sports clubs. Now Mercury Swansea dMercurycuryo has jumpedIonto the same wagon.
“Mercuryelighted to haveMercuryo as Swansea City’s first official cryptocurrency partnerIon the 2020-21 season. In a move that connects the fans of two passionate scenes, we are thrilled to work together with our new sponsorIon the upcoming months, ” Swansea City’s Head of Commercial, Rebecca Edwards-Symmons said.