PayRetailers, new CONMEBOL Sudamericana official sponsor
The renowned payment service provider joins prestigious global brands with an agreement that runs until December 2022
The South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) and PayRetailers have reached an agreement for the renowned international payment service provider to become an Official Sponsor of the CONMEBOL Sudamericana. The deal runs for the next two seasons until December 2022.
Thus, Payretailers joins prestigious global brands such as Amstel, Betfair, Bridgestone, EA SPORTS, MG Motor and Qatar Airways that already work with CONMEBOL in its club competitions and in the evolution and development of all South American football.
“We are pleased to present PayRetailers as a new sponsor of CONMEBOL Sudamericana, a tournament that in recent years has been increasing its competitiveness, and sports and commercial quality. This alliance will help us to continue exposing our brand around the world and reach out to other areas”, said Juan Emilio Roa, Commercial Director of CONMEBOL.
With offices in Europe and Latin America from which it provides services to its clients, operating in more than 25 countries, PayRetailers maintains its commitment, as an international payment service provider, to offer different international industries a combination of tailor-made methods. that will accelerate your business and allow the increase of your sales.
Thanks to this alliance with CONMEBOL, PayRetailers will benefit from the exposure of its brand in South America and around the world through the presence of its image in stadiums, activations, CONMEBOL Sudamericana broadcasts and digital assets.
“We could not be happier, and it is fulfilling a dream to be able to form this prestigious association as an Official Sponsor of CONMEBOL Sudamericana. During the next two seasons, we will be able to show our strong foundation in Latin America with our brand being visible to many people who love football like us”, said Juan Pablo Jutgla, CEO and founder of PayRetailers.
“As CONMEBOL has already shown for more than 100 years that it was formed to stay, we are on the same path. Our growth in the payment service provider industry in Latin America is unprecedented and we are increasingly becoming a cornerstone of our industry”.
The CONMEBOL Sudamericana will have a new format starting this season that will include a Group Phase and increases the number of total matches, which goes from 105 to 157.
In CONMEBOL’s will to return to South American football what it generates, the amount to be distributed in the different phases of the tournament with a new format also increases from USD 47,200,000 to USD 58,960,000, which represents an increase of 25% compared to 2020.
The CONMEBOL Sudamericana start date is scheduled for March 16, 2021.