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Arsenal adds Zoom as video communications partner

Premier League club Arsenal has entered into a partnership with Zoom Video Communications.

Under the deal, whose duration was not disclosed, Zoom will become the club’s Official Enterprise Video Communications Partner.

It is understood that Zoom will aim to use Arsenal’s global profile to build brand awareness through in-stadia assets and direct communications with the club’s business community.

Zoom is a US company with offices in Europe and Asia.

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The deal builds on Arsenal’s tech partnership with US firm Intel, announced last month.

As part of the deal, Intel will provide Arsenal with Intel True View technology at the Emirates Stadium, which will allow the club and its broadcast partners to produce 3D and 360-degree in-game content.

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