StarGames named premium partner of International ADAC Truck Grand Prix

Greentube-owned provider StarGames.de has partnered with this year’s International ADAC Truck Grand Prix, which is taking place at Nürburgring from 11 July to 14 July 2024.

Through this deal, StarGames’ branding will be present around the motorsports complex and will also have a stand in the festival area, which will include a wheel of fortune from which fans have the chance to win prizes.

At the stand there will also be the opportunity to meet StarGames’ sponsored pro darts player Max Hopp, where fans can challenge him at darts.

In a similar deal last year, StarGames agreed to a deal with Hannover 96 to sponsor the team throughout the 2023-24 season.

StarGames Brand Manager, László Pados, said: “We are delighted to confirm this partnership and together we will deliver a breathtaking racing spectacle that motorsport fans of all ages will love.

“We are confident that with our StarGames brand and darts star Max Hopp, we will make this an event to remember for countless motorsport enthusiasts. Everyone is excited to embark on this journey and learn more about the world of truck racing.”

Organiser of the 37th International ADAC Truck Grand Prix, Georg Fuchs, added: “StarGames is an outstanding partner for the ADAC Truck Grand Prix and we are looking forward to an excellent collaboration.

“StarGames will undoubtedly help make our event an unforgettable experience. Incorporating the increasingly popular sport of darts in the action is something we have been thinking about for a while. Trucking and darts go hand in hand and this combination offers us the chance to make the ADAC Truck Grand Prix even more attractive for a wider range of fans.”

Last week, Greentube introduced its range of slots in Slovakia as part of its expansion strategy targeting regulated markets across Europe.

BY: 파워볼실시간

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