Sky’s second quarter revenue dropped 13.8 percent on year to $4.5 billion, mostly as a result of changes to licensing arrangements for sports programming in Italy and Germany.
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Degiro replaces Napa as Sevilla FC's main kit sponsor
Sevilla FC will carry Amsterdam-based online investment platform Degiro’s logo on the front of their shirts as their new main shirt sponsor for the 2022/23 LaLiga season.
Degiro replaces Naga after the latter’s reported $5.75 million per year deal expired at the end of the 2021/22 season.
The deal also makes Degiro the Spanish soccer club's official investment platform.
Muhamad Chahrour, chief executive of Degiro, said that with almost a quarter of a million customers, Spain had become Degiro’s second-largest market in record time, and the partnership with Sevilla FC demonstrated both their commitment to market and their desire to open up access to the capital market for private investors.