Sportpesa are the new shirt sponsors for EPL team Hull City FC

Courtesy Goal.com

Kenyan betting firm SportPesa have signed a three year contract to sponsor English Premier League side Hull City

 SportPesa are the new shirt sponsors for Premier League side Hull City.

The club confirmed through their official website that they have signed a club record, multi-million-pound deal to have Kenyan online gaming company SportPesa as their official sponsor.

The statement stated, “As the official sponsor, SportPesa have signed a three-year deal and will have their name and company logo on the Tigers’ home, away and third shirts for the 2016/17, 2017/18 and 2018/19 seasons.

“The new sponsorship deal is the most lucrative in the Club’s proud 112-year history. Simon King, Commercial Manager at Hull City Tigers, said: “We are delighted to form a three-year partnership with SportPesa.”

King added, “SportPesa are so much more than a betting brand, this is a company with a huge footprint across grassroots sport in Kenya, as well as the rest of Africa. The deal is by far the largest in our history and a sign of our ambition to grow our Club and become a household name in our sport globally.”

On his side, Ronald Karauri, the Chief Executive Officer of SportPesa termed the move a big achievement for the betting company. “This is a big milestone for SportPesa as it marks the scaling of a Kenyan brand into the global market.

“The SportPesa platform will now be available in the United Kingdom and later in the year present in several African countries. One year from now we will have presence in at least four continents.

“Even as a global brand, staying consistent with our core values that center around grassroots sport and community development will replicate the success SportPesa has enjoyed in Kenya.

“Part of our deal will see The Tigers be the first English Premier League team ever to come to Kenya to play a select side as part of our campaign towards having Kenya compete in the World Cup for the first time in 2022.”

  

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