F1 Stays in Spain, Multicultural Sports Marketing News
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F1 Stays in Spain. The F1 confirmed the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona for the 2020 season. In the past, the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya has relied on public money to cover the costs of the race and has struggled for profitability since 2008, according to the regional news outlet Ara.
The Green Bay Packers expanded their partnership with Oneida Nation Casino. The extension deal comes after the NFL approved casino sponsorships.
The Chicago Bears, New York Giants and Los Angeles Rams have all partnered with US wine brand Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi for the 2019 season. The new deals are effective starting the season, in September. Through the deal, Woodbridge becomes the official wine partner of the three franchises.
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The NFL and partner Pizza Hut presented the first-ever virtual stadium deal in esports. Through the deal, they presented the Pizza Hut Stadium as part of the EA SPORTS’ Madden NFL 20 Championship Series. The Madden NFL 20 Classic was on August 30-September 1.
The NFL and American eyewear manufacturer Oakley have signed a new four-year partnership. The deal, which begins with the upcoming season, sees Oakley become an official on-field partner and licensee of the North American football league.
The Oakland Raiders and Credit One Bank locked a partnership. The US financial services company will become the soon-to-be Las Vegas Raiders official credit card partner. As part of the deal, Credit One Bank will host a branded sideline club at the new 65,000-capacity venue.
Adidas has signed Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins in a sponsorship. Details of the new relationship with the gamer have not been shared. “I can’t say specifically what is in the works with Adidas but use your imagination,” Ninja said.