Editorial: Gaming / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / Instagram / News / Discord /Telegram The rumors have come to an end and a few moments ago it was confirmed that the successful mobile game Free Fire, which sets the standard for Battle Royale in Latin America, is as of today an official sponsor of the Club América, one of the biggest soccer teams in Mexico.
Free Fire and Club America join forces
Through a publication on the official accounts and sites of Club América, it was announced that Free Fire is its new sponsor, being the first in terms of video games not related to sports titles to reach a commercial agreement with a soccer team in Mexico. According to official information, this agreement will be reciprocal because while Free Fire will be part of the group of sponsors and will be visible in everything related to America, including the stamping of the Battle Royale logo on the uniform for the next season, the video game for mobile you will receive content from the squad.
🔥🦅 @freefirelatino 𝐅𝐫𝐞𝐞 𝐅𝐢𝐫𝐞 becomes an official sponsor of Club América
📰 | https://t.co/JoAS9dS7TV#FreeFirexAmerica #SomosAmerica pic.twitter.com/o76hBeng9x— Club America (@ClubAmerica) June 25, 2022
Free Fire will receive content from Club América in August
The above means that as of August 28, Free Fire will receive skins and content related to Club América, here is a sample:
After confirming the commercial relationship, Garena, the company responsible for Free Fire, stated: “through this unprecedented alliance we seek to continue surprising our players by adding an iconic team to our universe. We are convinced that the collaboration with Club América It will allow us to get closer to our local community by creating engaging content and experiences beyond the game that allow them to more authentically express their Battle Style and passion for their favorite team.” For his part, Héctor González Iñárritu, operational president of Club América, stated: “For us it is a source of great pride to ally ourselves with a leader in the gaming industry such as Garena through its battle royale franchise, Free Fire. We are the first team in Mexico to establish an innovative sponsorship of this type, with one of the most successful video games globally today. Both brands seek to connect more and expand to new consumers, so this relationship will undoubtedly be beneficial.” Still here at WTTSpod.
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