Aston Villa and Betano team up

Aston Villa and Betano team up

April 23, 2024

Premier League club Aston Villa has signed a new partnership with GameTech operator Kaizen Gaming, which will see Kaizen Gaming’s brand Betano join the club as their principal front-of-shirt partner. The two-year partnership will have Betano’s logo present on the front of the Aston Villa men’s team’s jersey from the 2024/25 season onwards. Both will also work towards various corporate responsibility initiatives. 

Chris Heck, President of Business Operations, Aston Villa, commented,

“We are delighted to welcome Betano as Aston Villa’s new principal partner. Their dedication to innovation, customer satisfaction and responsible gaming aligns perfectly with the values we hold dear as a club. Aston Villa and Betano share a commitment to excellence, and we look forward to achieving great success together on and off the pitch. This collaboration marks an exciting chapter for both our organisations.”

George Daskalakis, CEO and co-founder, Kaizen Gaming, said,

“Aston Villa fans have a lot to be proud of in the Club’s long and illustrious 150-year history. Their passion matched on the pitch by incredible players and management taking the Club on the road to glory makes The Villans one of the most formidable teams in world football today. Aston Villa’s sensational on-field success in the Premier League along with their return to European football matches Betano’s own growth and continuing accomplishments.”

Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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