Rivalo partners with Colombian football team, Deportivo Pereira

January 16, 2024
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The company will serve as the official team sponsor next season.

Deportivo Pereira has selected Rivalo to represent the team as its official sponsor. Rivalo described its agreement with Deportivo Pereira as “another step in its growth strategy.”

The sponsorship deal will take effect during the upcoming season.

As part of the partnership, Rivalo will release campaigns that will give Deportivo Pereira fans access to official club t-shirts and free bets.

The company said it will also offer fans “experiences with the stars of Grande Matecaña.”

Rivalo Colombia Country Manager Felipe Agüero said the company is eager to participate in this partnership.

He commented, “We are very excited to partner with such an important team with a great tradition like Deportivo Pereira.

"This alliance reflects our commitment to Colombian sport and our passion for offering a broad experience for our users and all football fans."

Deportivo Pereira is a historic Colombian football team. The group has amassed a large fan base since its formation.

The team earned the title of league champion during the 2022 season and played in the Libertadores last year.

Rivalo has expanded its reach within the Colombian market during the past year. The company partnered with Booming Games and renewed an agreement with Brazilian sports icon Cafu, who will continue to serve as the company’s brand ambassador.

The online casino offers its players access to sports betting throughout its online sportsbook, which has been available to Colombian players for the past seven years.

Rivalo’s online platform features a variety of payment options, no turnover on bonus, unlimited Combi Boost and online casino games.


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