Watford FC Secures Branding Agreement with Casino Stake.com

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Watford FC, one of the established football clubs, has secured a multi-year branding agreement with Stake.com, a top-tier sports betting and casino provider.

Based on the new deal, Stake will work as the club’s first jersey sponsor as the football brand returns to 2021/22 Premier League. The deal will be covered in cryptocurrency while bringing together one of the fastest-growing cryptocurrency businesses with a Premier League championship. 

Stake expands all around the world and its relationship with Watford FC will benefit from the Premier League’s global presence to increase the recognition of the brand. The casino will launch the Stake.co.uk brand in the United Kingdom and it will also continue with the international expansion. As part of the new collaboration, Stake will perform crypto-inspired activities after completing a Dogecoin handout on its global platform. 

Founded in 2017, Stake.com is one of the leaders in the industry with more than 30b transactions per annum. It also represents more than 5% of all Bitcoin transactions internationally. Stake is the Official Betting Partner of UFC Latin America and Asia and its deal with Watford FC spreads Stake’s scope of sports sponsorships.

Official Statements

Speaking on the new collaboration, FC Chairman Scott Duxbury at Watford says that the provider is pleased to have Stake on board as its primary shirt sponsor for the 2021/2022 season. The company comes back to the Premier League and it will be fantastic propaganda for the club They are extremely delighted to join forces with a firm that shares the same vision for success as well as the commitment to creativity.

On the other hand, CEO Mladen Vuckovic at Stake.co.uk says that his company has had regular growth over the previous several years, and the collaboration with Watford will be another chapter in their story. They are overjoyed to be partnering with a football club with such an incredible history and an entrepreneurial spirit. They are devoted towards becoming a part of the Watford community as they have a lot of interesting ideas for the future.