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Zotapay processes Alavés partnership

Spanish LaLiga football club Deportivo Alavés has agreed a new partnership with online payment platform Zotapay.

The contract will run through to the end of the current 2018-19 season, with a view to extending the agreement beyond this date.

Zotapay will receive branding rights at Alavés’ Mendizorrotza stadium, along with on the Basque club’s digital media and social media platforms.

Alavés currently sits fifth in LaLiga ahead of Monday’s game against Rayo Vallecano.

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