Ultimate Fighting Championship, the arena’s main combined martial arts, or MMA, group, has introduced an unique partnership with Stake.com — a number one crypto-powered on-line casinos and sportsbook.
The partnership introduced on March 7, will see Stake turn into UFC’s “First Official Betting Partner” in Asia and Latin America. However, the deal will exclude UFC’s key marketplace in Brazil.
The two companies started operating in combination on March 3 — with Stake’s consumers receiving get admission to to distinctive virtual content material surrounding the promotional “fight week” for UFC’s March 6 pay-per-view. An announcement states the corporate’s will even developer unique promotions, VIP reports, and social content material for Stake customers.
UFC’s vice chairman of worldwide partnerships, Nick Smith mentioned:
“We’re thrilled to partner with an exciting and emerging platform like Stake.com to offer exclusive digital and social content to our fans, as well as an innovative gaming experience,”
Stake is a crypto-only on line casino and sports activities having a bet platform this is authorized within the carribean island-nation of Curacao. Since launching in 2017, the platform claims to have became over $35 billion value of bets. Stake helps 9 crypto belongings together with Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple, Tron, and EOS, and Dogecoin.
In January, Stake introduced it had partnered with UFC Middleweight champion Israel Adesanya, who turned into the corporate’s first emblem ambassador.
— Stake.com (@Stake) January 20, 2021
The partnership with Stake isn’t UFC’s first undertaking into DLT, with Cointelegraph reporting the MMA promotion had inked a deal with Dapper Labs, the corporate in the back of CryptoKitties and NBA Top Shot, in February 2020.
The deal will see UFC fighter collectibles introduced on Dapper Labs’ Flow blockchain. However, the collectibles are but to be launched.