Abstract：In June 2021, eToro became the main sponsor of AS Monaco. The company expanded its global sports sponsorship portfolio significantly in 2021.
One of the leading multi-asset investment platforms, eToro announced yesterday that the company has extended its collaboration with AS Monaco, a professional football club based in Monaco. The recent partnership extension will help the company boost its presence in the European region.
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Last year, eToro formed several partnerships with some of the leading professional football clubs in the world, including Aston Villa, Newcastle United and Southampton FC. In September 2021, eToro joined hands with Arsenal and expanded its global sports sponsorship portfolio.
eToro has a long-standing partnership with AS Monaco. In June last year, the multi-asset investment platform became the main sponsor of the football club. With the extension of the collaboration, eToro will now support AS Monaco for the 2022-23 European campaign.
“We are delighted to continue to deepen our ties with eToro, an innovative and daring company, which, like AS Monaco, is constantly venturing into new territory. By intensifying this partnership, eToro is asserting itself more than ever as our preferred partner and confirms the growing attractiveness of AS Monaco. The progress made since the beginning of our common adventure in 2020 is significant,” Jean-Emmanuel de Witt, the CEO of AS Monaco, commented.
In November 2021, eToro inked a sports sponsorship deal with Lechia Gdansk, a Polish football club.
In addition to football clubs, eToro signed sponsorship deals with some of the prominent sporting giants, including Rugby Australia and Racing League.
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