Bookmaker Blaze signs a four-year deal with Neymar

Despite the fact that Brazil did not make it past the quarterfinals of the World Cup, star player Neymar continues to sign sponsorship contracts with a global reach. PSG’s number 10 entered into a partnership with Blaze, a betting company focused on crash games and online casinos.

Blaze is one of the brands in the betting segment that entered the Brazilian scene. Confirmed after Argentina’s title at the 2022 World Cup, the partnership between Neymar and Blaze lasts for four years.

The Brazilian player will act as the group’s global ambassador and will promote the platform across the planet, with the exception of Brazil.

“Neymar is one of the best football players in the world and has millions of followers and Blaze is the largest online casino platform in Latin America. Our collaboration will bring a completely new gaming experience to our users,” said Blaze COO Nick van Gorsel.

The amounts related to this new commercial agreement for the number 10 of the Brazilian national team have not been informed, but the estimate is that Neymar has pocketed millions by signing this partnership with Blaze.

The actions will be carried out on the player’s social media, not just limited to brand exposure. The bookmaker’s intention is to promote games and interactions with the millions of followers of the star revealed in Santos.

Currently, Neymar has 201 million followers on Instagram and over 61 million fans on Twitter. “We are pleased to announce our collaboration! v Neymar Jr. We will be doing live events on the Blaze platform. Stay tuned for more”, says the note published by Neymar on his networks.

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