HotForex Announces Partnership with Paris Saint-Germain

Forex and CFD broker, HotForex today that it has partnered with the current champions of French football, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). This is the latest partnership by the broker to expand its portfolio of global sports sponsorships.
According to the press release shared with Finance Magnates, the broker will be the partner of PSG for the 2020-21 season. The recent collaboration will allow HotForex to get exposure in selected regions and on PSG’s digital platforms.
The multi-asset broker claims to have more than 2.5 million live accounts worldwide. Recently, the company partnered with e-sports to enter sports sponsorship in the gaming world.
Commenting on the matter, George Koumantaris, CEO at HotForex, said: “We’re incredibly proud to announce that HotForex is an Official Partner of Paris Saint-Germain. This partnership is an exciting opportunity to bring together two brands who share global recognition for their commitment to excellence. Together we look forward to establishing new standards and offering clientele and supporters a truly unique experience. Through this partnership, we are thrilled to offer our valued clients VIP tickets, exclusive gifts, and events.”
Sports Sponsorship
Leading Forex and CFD brokers have collaborated with football clubs worldwide to increase regional expansion. Major football clubs from the UK, Germany, France, Italy, and Turkey have signed sponsorship deals with brokers recently. HotForex has been an active member of the football sponsorship community. In 2017, the company partnered with the German Football legend, . “We are delighted to welcome HotForex as the club’s Official Forex and CFD Trading Platform. HotForex will provide Paris Saint-Germain’s fans all over the world with a reliable and effective trading platform. Through this partnership, HotForex will be able to use the club and players’ assets, to get stadium exposure in selected regions in the world as well as substantial digital content on Paris Saint-Germain’s official social networks,” Marc Armstrong, Chief Partnerships Officer at Paris Saint-Germain, said in a statement.

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