Game On! Bybit and Borussia Dortmund Kick Off International Champion Partnership

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It’s official. 

Bybit is thrilled to announce that we have launched a global multi-year partnership with German professional sports club Borussia Dortmund (BVB). This new partnership is an equally clear signal for football to embrace innovative technologies, and for innovative technologies to connect with the sport. 

Bybit’s co-founder and CEO Ben Zhou stated:

“We are thrilled to be a Champion Partner of Borussia Dortmund. As a young and ambitious company, we identify with the authenticity and youthful energy for which BVB is well-known around the globe, as well as the diligence and relentlessness that Borussia Dortmund players radiate. It is no wonder the club has one of the most passionate fan communities in the world. The intensity and the passion of BVB go beyond the football field. Through this partnership, we want to demonstrate that we are here for the long run. With a rich history and many success stories, BVB is our ideal partner. From one black and yellow to another — we are proud to call ourselves firstly fans of Borussia Dortmund and secondly Champion Partner.” 

Carsten Cramer, managing director of Borussia Dortmund, rounded off the announcement, saying: 

“We are very pleased about this partnership with Bybit as our International Champion Partner. Especially in the current times, it’s great to collaborate with an innovative tech company as the world becomes increasingly digital. Together, we will penetrate even deeper into Asian markets and will further strengthen our brand internationally.”

About BVB

Borussia Dortmund is one of the most successful football clubs in Germany: as well as eight German Bundesliga titles and four German Cup victories, Dortmund has also won the European Cup Winners’ Cup, the Champions League in 1997, and also the Intercontinental Cup (World Cup Championship) in that very same year. With over 159,000 members in total, it is one of the five largest sports clubs in Germany and is the seventh largest worldwide.