Sep 17, 2020
Bitcoin : Talian football club Lazio SS received a sponsorship deal with cryptos exchanger StormGain
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Like many other big European clubs, Lazio has just launched into the crypto world with the StormGain exchanger.What is StormGain?
StormGain is a cryptocurrency exchanger launched in 2019 that allows trading cryptos with leverage.It has more than 120,000 customers across more than 100 countries in the world.
Traders will find the most popular cryptocurrencies on the market like: Bitcoin, Etherum, Ripple, Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash. Very recently, the exchanger has just received the award from the European Magazine “Cryptocurrency trading and exchange platform of the year 2020”What does the partnership consist of?
The trading platform announced on its website that this partnership with lazio is a marriage between two partners who are proud to combine tradition and innovation to achieve success.
Through this partnership, StormGain will have access to a VIP suite and Category 1 tickets for every Lazio home game as well as access to tours and private events at Stadio Olimpico.What were the reactions of the partners?
Alex Althausen, CEO of StormGain said : “StormGain is delighted to be partnering with SS Lazio, a world-renowned team with a rich history and whose values echo our own. Through this sponsorship, we are delighted to link the worlds of crypto trading and football together and offer many exciting benefits to our clients, who can earn exclusive access to Roman Superstars and unique prizes through StormGain.
Marco Canigiani, Director of Marketing, Sponsorship and Events of SS Lazio, commented : “We are very proud of this partnership which will strengthen our innovative positioning. Our partnership will help us expand our international landscape and create top-notch projects for our fans ”.What can we learn from this partnership?
This partnership shows the club’s desire to open up to new technologies. Already in March, it teamed up with a blockchain football video game provider named Sorare.
Lazio has just been added to the list of clubs like Cardiff and Newcastle in the crypto world. These clubs by their influence can encourage fanatics to invest in cryptocurrencies whose value continues to appreciate this year.
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Man City’s Prem challenge hit with early injury crisis as Gabriel Jesus knock leaves Guardiola with just 13 fit players
MANCHESTER CITY are having a mare in their bid to reclaim the Premier League title as Pep Guardiola has a striker crisis and just THIRTEEN fit senior players.
City’s injury woes deepened yesterday when the Brazilian FA confirmed Gabriel Jesus is out for at least three weeks with a calf injury.3Gabriel Jesus is the latest Man City star to fall to injuryCredit: Getty Images - Getty
Guardiola, whose side face Leicester on Sunday, is already without main forward Sergio Aguero for several weeks with a knee problem which leaves 17-year-old Liam Delap as their only recognised striker.
The injury nightmare did not seem to dampen the spirits of Kyle Walker - who is available - and was all smiles as he dressed up as a horse in training yesterday.
Jesus, 23, was withdrawn from Brazil’s games against Bolivia and Peru next month after he pulled up injured in City’s 3-1 win at Wolves last Monday.
Guardiola said: “The situation is we have right now, we have 13 players – but we have to try to win the game.
“Even so I see the team well, I see happiness, good relations - we have an exceptononal group.
“And this is why we have the academy - when we need players we can use them. It depends on the quality of the players but they’ll get chances.”
Guardiola, who has a squad of 22 established first-teamers in his squad, was already without seven players for the victory at Molineux.
Eric Garcia is fit again but Nico Otamendi is now out injured as City’s hunt for a new centre-back goes on.3Pep Guardiola's side will face Leicester City on Sunday with just 13 senior playersCredit: AFP or licensors Most read in SportPicturedPLAN B'World's sexiest athlete' trains Dortmund as fans joke it's a ploy to keep SanchoPicturedHERMOSOArsenal flop Suarez's stunning girlfriend Nadia is a model who dated Enzo Zidane'MAN OVERBOARDRonald Koeman 'already losing trust in Barcelona board' after just a monthWAG ATTACKFootball Wag 'put out £1m hit on her Turkey star husband Asik after affair'ExclusiveDEAL IS NIARTottenham in talks to sign Milan Skriniar but won't accept Inter's £55m demandGossipDESPERATE SAN Sancho desperate to link up with three Man Utd players after £90m bid
Benfica’s £60 million ace Ruben Dias is the latest name in the frame – with his club admitting yesterday the 23-year-old could leave for the right offer.
The Etihad club will hope he is not a donkey but City have also made enquiries for Seville’s Jules Kounde, Jose Giminez of Atletico Madrid and Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly in recent weeks.
As well as Jesus, Aguero and Otamendi being out, Oleks Zinchenko, Bernardo Silva, Joao Cancelo are also injured while Aymeric Laporte and Ilkay Gundogan tested positive for Covid and are still not ready to return.
At least key man Kevin de Bruyne should be available – despite taking a blow to the head in the Carabao Cup win over Bournemouth.
Guardiola said: “There was a little distortion for Kevin but generally he feels good.”
Meanwhile City were expected to firm up their interest in Kounde now the UEFA Super Cup is over for Seville.
But sources close to Dias confirmed they have held talks with the English club over a possible switch – but they insisted last night nothing was finalised.3Liverpool boast the most valuable squad in world football Sergio Aguero trains alone as Man City star stays sharp during two-month injury layoff