Betmotion signs new deal with Fluminense FC

Betmotion signs new deal with Fluminense FC

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Betmotion, the popular Latin American operator, has announced its latest sponsorship agreement with Rio de Janeiro-based club Fluminense FC, hence enhancing its advertising capacity in the LatAm market.

The agreement’s terms state that Betmotion’s brand logo will be noticeably displayed on the club’s shirts in form of a ‘chest seal’.

Moreover, the operator has announced the launch of a new exclusive betting page for the club, who are four-time Brasileirão Serie A champions. On this new page, users are able to sign up with a promotional code in order to acquire access to an exclusive bonus upon their very first deposit.

The deal is valid for 12 months and follows a string of regional sponsorship agreements in which Brazilian footballer Cristiane, the Brazilian National Basketball League (NBL), UFC fighter Mackenzie Dern and Beach Volleyball stars Carol Solberg and Maria Elisa have all formed partnerships and agreements with the games operator.

Angelo Alberoni, Betmotion.com’s Brazilian Manager, stated:

Brazilian DNA runs through Betmotion and being a partner of one of the giants of national football is a great source of pride. We have a mission of promoting sports and our collaboration with Fluminense shows that we are on the right path. There is nothing better than associating our brand with a club full of tradition, a passionate fanbase, history, titles and idols.

The operator has surely kept its growth within the Latin American market through the test drive last year. Currently, the company is working with over 40 different games providers, and offers more than 3500 games spanning from bingo to sports betting to casino and much more.

President of Fluminense Mário Bittencourt also said: 

We continue to seek to expand our brand. This new partnership, with an entertainment company, is the fourth closed within the pandemic. It is another sign of the appreciation of the Fluminense project.