Reigning Serie A champions SSC Napoli has strengthened its roster of official partners after disclosing a partnership with crypto casino and sportsbook Rollbit.
The Italian outfit noted that its “legacy of success on the football pitch perfectly aligns with Rollbit’s innovative approach to online gaming” amid an ambition of captivating fans and players.
Under the terms of what is billed as a “groundbreaking partnership”, both parties stress a commitment to elevate fan engagement and community interactions to new heights as Rollbit becomes a betting partner across the region.
“We are delighted to welcome Rollbit into the SSC Napoli family. Rollbit is an ambitious stakeholder in the world of online sports betting, we share their ambition to perform at the top level and are both highly committed to treat our fans to ever more innovative experiences,” stated Tommaso Bianchini, Chief Revenue Officer at SSC Napoli.
“This partnership fits perfectly with the club’s desire to establish itself as a leader brand in the international scene and further demonstrates the club’s constant quest to partner with cutting-edge brands like Rollbit.”
Rollbit forms part of the Bull Gaming family, a Curacao headquartered and licensed online gaming and sports betting entity.
Sam Norman, Head of Partnerships at Rollbit, noted: ‘We are delighted to partner with one of the most iconic teams in world football, SSC Napoli. Gli Azzuri are one of the most beloved teams globally, and the team here at Rollbit are honoured to be a part of the family.
“We feel this is the perfect time to begin this journey together with SSC Napoli having famously just won the Scudetto, and as we begin to expand and establish ourselves as the most innovative and respected crypto gaming platform. We look forward to cheering SSC Napoli on this season as they look to retain the title and push for Champions League glory!’
Napoli, whose league triumph last season represented their third such accolade, have begun the current campaign with two victories and one loss to sit sixth in the table.
Following back-to-back wins of 3-1 and 2-0 at Frosinone and at home to ten man Sassuolo, the club slipped to a 2-1 defeat as they hosted Lazio last time out.