Find out about the latest Stake.com sponsorship deals with Everton FC, the UFC, Drake and more
- Stake Sponsorships in the News
- Alfa Romeo F1 Team Stake
- Everton Football Club
- Watford Football Club
- Sergio Agüero
Stake.com is the world’s biggest cryptocurrency sportsbook and casino, with over 500,000 registered users globally.
Stake has a number of high profile sponsorship agreements, including with the UFC, Canadian rapper Drake and English soccer club Watford FC.
Stake.com has a global reach, with players based a wide range of countries, including Canada, Brazil, the UK and Japan.
Stake Sponsorships in the News
2021 saw Stake become the UFC's first-ever Official Betting Partner in Latin America (excluding Brazil) and Asia. In early 2022, the partnership expanded to include Brazil - the first time UFC has had a betting partner in the country.
UFC enjoys enormous popularity in Brazil, with an estimated 34 million fans. Stake.com has a branded presence inside the UFC Octagon during selected Pay-Per-View and Fight Night events each year. Stake is also be the presenting sponsor of UFC's regularly scheduled event hosted in Brazil.
Players can also get the best odds on any UFC fight when logging in at Stake.com.
The partnership with the UFC in Brazil led to MMA legend Jose Aldo joining Team Stake as Brazilian ambassador, while Stake are also proud sponsors of a number of other top UFC names, including Francis Ngannou, Israel Adesanya, Marlon Vera and Alexa Grasso.
Alfa Romeo F1 Team Stake
January 2023 saw Stake.com sign a "record-breaking" deal to partner with Sauber Motorsport's Alfa Romeo F1 Team.
The multi-year partnership aims to accentuate Stake's recognition within the Formula One community and expand opportunities for fan engagement through brand integration and activation.
The deal will see Stake create new experiences for fans throughout the Formula 1 calendar, while registered players can expect to see Formula 1 promotions running throughout the season!
Everton Football Club
In June 2022, English Premier League soccer giants Everton FC announced a multi-year sponsorship deal with Stake.com.
Stake.com branding will be seen on the front of Everton shirts, as well as in and around their Goodison Park stadium.
The sponsorship deal is worth a record amount for the Merseyside team.
Watford Football Club
The 2021/22 soccer season saw Watford FC announce Stake as its principal shirt sponsor in a multi-year deal.
As a part of the partnership, Stake’s logo appeared on all three of Watford’s playing jerseys for the 2021/22 season as the main kit sponsor, which includes the front of the shirt and sleeve.
Stake are again sponsoring Watford for 2022/23 following their relegation from the Premier League as the Hornets look to secure promotion from the EFL Championship back to the top tier of English soccer.
Former Manchester City and Barcelona striker Sergio ‘Kun’ Aguero retired from professional soccer at the end of 2021.
The legendary Premier League star has joined Stake, bringing his love of sport, esports and live streaming to the biggest crypto casino and sportsbook in the world.
The winner of five English Premier League titles scored over 300 goals during his amazing career and is set to play an active part in the Stake community, recently saying: “I'm delighted to be working with Stake.com and joining their exciting team. I've watched on with interest as they have become more involved in football and Stake's ambitions very closely match my own as I move into a new phase of my post-playing career.”
Multi-platinum megastar Drake has doubled down on his commitment to crypto by joining the Stake team in early 2022.
The Canadian rapper is a big fan of crypto and is an active player at Stake.com. He is hosting exclusive live video streams throughout 2022, with players able to have the chance to win alongside him. The first live stream event in May 2022 saw around $1million given away to players!
Hailing from Lviv, Ukraine, Dendi is Stake’s first ever Esports ambassador!
Danil ‘Dendi’ Ishutin is a professional Dota 2 player. Best known for his time with Natus Vincere for whom he played between 2010 and 2018. He left Na'Vi in 2018 and formed his own Dota 2 team, B8, in 2020.
Dendi is one of the biggest esports stars in the world and was the first player in the history of Dota 2 to participate in six Internationals with one organisation.