Payment Services & Credit Cards
Payment services brand Visa has put digital content at the heart of its renewed Worldwide Paralympic Partner agreement with the International Paralympic Committee, as it aligns with the sport’s values of inclusivity, diversity and acceptance.
May 2017 saw Uefa Champions League sponsor Mastercard launch an expansive pan-European activation based on ‘passionate fan support’ to leverage spiking soccer supporter interest around club football’s biggest annual showpiece – the Champions League Final.
Payment services brand Visa has renewed its Worldwide Paralympic Partner agreement with the International Paralympic Committee for four years, from 2017 to 2020.
Research by Sports Sponsorship Insider into the financial services sector has generated rights values to 148 out of 430 recorded financial services sector sponsorship deals, worth €871.8m ($1,033m) per year, at an average deal value of €5.7m per year.
Payment services brand American Express has signed an extension to its marketing partnership with the National Basketball Association (NBA), continuing as the Official Card of the NBA, WNBA and the NBA G League, the official minor league organisation, from 2017-18.
Sponsorship revenues for the US Golf Association (USGA) will hit a record level in 2016 following the renewal of its agreement with financial services company American Express.
Payment services brand MasterCard became the first international payment company to sponsor the Kontinental Hockey League in December having emerged from a damaging period of western sanctions in early 2015.
Payment services brand Visa Europe followed up official partner deals for three Formula E races by signing as title sponsor of the end-of-season London ePrix.
Payment services brand Barclaycard will replace the German arm of the telecommunications brand O2 as the naming rights partner to the Hamburg Arena at the start of July.
Global payment services brand MasterCard has signed up as the first top-tier partner of the 2015 Copa América, the South American football federation’s flagship national team competition, hosted next year by Chile.
Financial services company Capital One has signed a deal to be the title sponsor of season-ending US college American football game, the Orange Bowl, part of the new College Football Playoff (CFP).