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FX broker RoboMarkets partners with BMW M Motorsport

Forex broker RoboMarkets has signed a partnership with BMW M Motorsport that will focus on the DTM German touring car series.

According to the Finance Magnates website, the deal will cover the upcoming DTM season and will grant RoboMarkets brand exposure on the car of Swedish BMW works driver Joel Eriksson.

The 2019 DTM season gets underway on Saturday in Hockenheim. The majority of the races will be held in Germany, with events also scheduled for Belgium, Italy, Netherlands and the UK.

RoboMarkets is based in Cyprus and the company hopes its partnership with BMW M Motorsport will increase its brand awareness across Europe.

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