RoboMarkets, an investment company with the CySEC license, has expanded its presence in the sporting world by becoming the official partner of BMW M Motorsport for the DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters).
Sports sponsorships are a convenient and popular way for brokers to gain exposure. Last year, RoboMarkets became an official sponsor of Zalgiris, a basketball club from Lithuania.
Details of the agreement
Under the agreement, the Swedish BMW works driver Joel Eriksson will compete in the new #47 BMW M4 DTM racing car, with RoboMarkets brand appearance.
“We are proud to be able to count on such a large number of strong partners in the coming DTM season. They all guarantee that we are able to produce works motorsport of the highest standard. On behalf of everyone at BMW Motorsport, I would like to thank them for that. It is also particularly important for me to mention that our partnerships generally go well beyond simply displaying partner logos,” said Jens Marquardt, Director of BMW M Motorsport.
Mr. Marquardt also added that they are always interested in structuring the partnerships in such a way that they add real value for everyone involved.
“We’re very proud to become an official partner of BMW M Motorsport, a team with outstanding history and winning traditions. RoboMarkets highly appreciates the commitment to excellence and willingness to compete for the best results, and the BMW M Motorsport team represents these values perfectly. Our partnership will enhance RoboMarkets brand awareness in Europe. We wish BMW M Motorsport team success in the new season and the achievement of all goals at each stage of the DTM series,” said Konstantin Rashap, CBO at RoboMarkets.
About 2019 DTM season
The 2019 DTM season consists of 18 races and is scheduled to start on May 3. The race will start in Hockenheim (Germany), then moves to Zolder, Misano, Norisring, Assen, Brands Hatch, Lausitzring and Nürburgring. The final race is scheduled for October 5th in Hockenheim.