World’s fastest growing crypto betting platform Stake.com announces sponsorship of middleweight championship unification fight between Ryota Murata and Gennady Golovkin

By | March 30, 2022

 

Stake.com, the world’s fastest-growing cryptocurrency betting and gaming operator, is excited to announce their backing of the upcoming middleweight fight between Gennady Golovkin vs. Ryōta Murata on April 9th.

The World Middleweight Unification Match, dubbed as Big Drama in Japan, will take place at the 36,000 capacity Saitama Super Arena, which has previously hosted high-profile UFC and NBA matches, and will be watched by millions across the globe.

Fans in attendance at the arena can also look forward to receiving giveaways from Stake.com as the platform look to commemorate the occasion. The Stake.com logo will appear on the entrance shirt and trunks of Murata, and in prominent positions around the canvas for one of the most anticipated fights of the year.

The partnership with the biggest fight in Japan in recent times complements Stake.com’s extensive sports sponsorship portfolio including deals with UFC, Sergio Aguero and Premier League football club Watford FC, along with multi-platinum artist Drake.

Dominic Rae, Sponsorships Manager for Stake.com, said: “We’re delighted to be backing Big Drama in Japan and a boxing superstar in the shape of Murata. Everyone at Stake.com is eagerly anticipating the fight and both fans in attendance on the night and those watching worldwide are guaranteed a memorable night thanks to our in-arena giveaways and on-site promotions.”

Ryōta Murata said: “Stake.com’s ambition in crypto gaming matches mine in the ring. It’s an honour to join Stake.com’s roster of worldwide talent as their representative in Japan and I cannot wait to put on a show that lives up to the excitement around their debut in my homeland.

“Fight fans coming to Big Drama in Japan should expect fireworks in the ring thanks to me and outside thanks to Stake.com.”

 

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