Sportito renews QPR DFS sponsorship agreement

Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) platform Sportito has renewed its partnership deal with English Championship club Queens Park Rangers. The Italy-based firm will remain as the club’s “Official Fantasy Sports Partner” for the 2018/19 season.

The pair continue over their successful partnership agreement from last season, which continues to be a mutual commitment. The enthusiasm of the QPR fans and the club’s dedication towards the partnership made it easier for Sportito to make the decision of continuing this relationship.

Sportito was launched in 2016 in the UK with an innovative fantasy sports format different from traditional versions, to make it more fun and beneficial to the players. Contests on many leagues, immediate cash withdrawals and no salary cap restrictions are some of the main features of Sportito. This is more advantageous for the fantasy sports amateur to win against the experts.

Riccardo Mittiga, CEO of Sportito, commented: “QPR is a great team and splendid partner to us. We are delighted to continue our relationship with them for this season. We see this as a mutual commitment to continue to grow together for a long time.”

Euan Inglis, Commercial Director of QPR, said: “We are delighted to renew our agreement with Sportito. We thoroughly enjoyed working with the Sportito team last season, the renewal allows us to continue to build on previous activations, as well as some new digital ideas that we are currently discussing.

“For the club to be a part of the continued growth of Sportito’s unique fantasy sports platform is very exciting indeed.”

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