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BetWarrior’s biggest sponsorship deal with Argentine Football Association

BetWarrior signs biggest sponsorship deal with Argentine Football Association

May 27, 2022
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BetWarrior has announced its most extensive sponsorship deal yet, having signed an agreement with the Argentine Football Association (AFA) to become its official sponsor.

In this four-year deal, BetWarrior will serve as the primary partner for the Argentina national teams, the AFA Cup, and the national tournaments. 

BetWarrior is the first official betting sponsor of the AFA.

Speaking about the deal, President of the AFA Claudio Topia said:

“We are very happy to add a brand like BetWarrior to AFA’s sponsors.

“We have worked to continue generating resources that aim at the economic strength of our institution and the clubs that are part of the AFA.

“Without a doubt, in this important year, we redoubled our efforts, and we are focused on generating new trade agreements in that direction. We welcome BetWarrior to our Association. We will work together to get the most out of this agreement.”

Santiago Gándara, marketing director of BetWarrior commented:

“For BetWarrior it is a pride to be a sponsor of the Argentine soccer team and of this team that won the affection of the people. They already gave us joy in Brazil, and now they have all the support for the World Cup in Qatar.”

“BetWarrior is a unique product in the industry, a new and original model in the country, a platform of Argentine origin that seeks to lead the way for the future of the betting industry in LATAM. And for that, there is nothing better than being with the Argentine team.

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