There is a new couple in town! UFC, the home of the ultimate fighting championship and the world’s largest crypto-currency casino, Stake.com, have come together in a new partnership deal. The agreement sees Stake.com become UFC’s chief official gambling partner in South America and Asia. However, the deal excludes Brazil.
This partnership is an exciting experience for both enterprises, as expressed during the release of the official statements. According to the UFC’s Nick Smith, Stake.com provides a unique experience for fans to enjoy UFC. Besides that, the vice president believes that the platform can provide modern technology of the ultimate gaming experience.
Equally excited, Stake’s Public Relations Manager, Said Milan Jovancevic, brands UFC as an exciting partner. Delivering his official statement, Mr Said states that UFC will be critical to Stake.com global expansion in future.
The official launch of UFC and Stake.com new partnership will take place on Wednesday, March 3. However, the exclusive online content surrounding combat week will occur on Saturday, March 6. The event will be live from UFC Apex Arena in Las Vegas, which will see the eagerly awaited UFC 25: Blachowicz vs Adesanya.
What to Expect
As a result of this partnership, the possibility of unlocking new prospects for both Stake.com and UFC fans is inevitable. This exclusive alliance will advance the sport’s betting experience at the casino, offer special promotions and state-of-the-art VIP experiences. Additionally, the partnership will feature the production of complete social and online content on UFC athletes. Among the athletes is Israel Adesanya, the first-ever Stake.com brand ambassador.
Renowned as a world leader for streaming services in combat sports, UFC has its headquarters in Las Vegas, Nevada. Endeavour, a global entertainment company, acquired the organization in 2016 and co-owns it with two other international companies.
With over half a billion followers spread across 175 countries, UFC produces 40 live events annually. Additionally, up to 900 million households watch the live TV broadcast of the events globally. Such events include the popularly known UFC fight pass.