The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has announced that Bud Light will become its official beer in the United States in a multi-year deal that also extends its partnership with AB InBev on a global…
In April 2021, Bud Light collated assets from its US sport and music sponsorship portfolio to fuel a huge $10m ‘stimulus package’ campaign based around giving away 100,000 sports tickets, concert seats and beer.
Running May through July 2021, Bud Light’s activation played on the tradition of players not shaving while in the playoffs.
Bud Light launched a campaign heralding the start of the MLB’s Covid-19-truncated season based around a reworking of the classic song ‘Take Me Out to The Ball Game’.
When a fan watching the 2019 World Series chose to be struck by a baseball rather than spill his beers, Bud Light sprang into action with a quick turnaround activation spanning online, offline and traditional paid advertising.
US beer brand Bud Light has agreed a deal to sponsor the League of Legends Championship Series (LCS)
At the start of the 2018-19 NFL season, the Cleveland Browns had gone 635 days without a win, so Bud Light created free beer ‘Victory Fridges’ that would unlock the moment the team broke its losing streak.
US drinks conglomerate AB InBev has signed a new partnership with game publisher Activision Blizzard, owner of global esports property the Overwatch League