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Man City Announces Regional Partnership With Live Fantasy Sports App Ballr

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 23 / 16

Man City signed a new deal which will see live fantasy football app Ballr become an official partner in China, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore. The deal begins ahead of the October launch of Ballr Football, the platform's latest offering. Ballr allows fans to connect, compete and c...

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