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Mastercard has extended its long-running association with the Rugby World Cup in a sponsorship renewal

On the weekend that would have hosted the cancelled 2020 Open, Mastercard took presenting partner rights to the final of the R&A’s ‘e-Open’.

For the 2020 Champions League’s return in August, Uefa partner Mastercard created a best practice example of how sponsors could switch physical experiences for virtual activations amid the pandemic.

The spearhead strand of Mastercard’s 2019 Rugby World Cup activation programme saw the tournament’s official payments partner harness real-time technology to create unique Player of the Match trophies for each match.

International payment services and credit card company Mastercard has extended its global sponsorship with tennis grand slam the Australian Open, while Marriott International’s global travel program, M…

Mastercard has agreed to be an official sponsor of this year's Southeast Asian Games and ASEAN Para Games in the Philippines

Russia’s Kontinental Hockey League has extended sponsorship deals with Hankook, MegaFon, Mastercard and SOGAZ for its 2019-20 season, along with detailing what it claims to be a data project that is t…

US financial services company Mastercard has agreed a three-year partnership with the Women’s British Open, adding to its long-standing backing of men’s golf major The Open.

Payment services provider Mastercard has expanded its partnership with the South American Football Confederation (Conmebol), adding sponsorship of the Copa Libertadores club competition to its long-term…

Financial services firm Mastercard will pay between $8m (€7m) and $10m per year to partner with US video game developer Riot Games, according to industry sources.

Mastercard has inked its first ever esports partnership with US developer Riot Games, maker of the hugely successful League of Legends series.

Mastercard has inked its first ever esports partnership with US developer Riot Games, maker of the hugely successful League of Legends series.

Golf’s PGA Tour Champions has announced it will return to Japan next year, with payment services company Mastercard title sponsoring a tournament in Tokyo.