OKEx celebrates Premier League advertising with new fan campaign

OKEx, a world-leading digital asset exchange, announced to be present in forthcoming English Premier League matches. OKEx’s brand will be featured live in-game on the pitchside broadcasting systems of the world’s biggest sporting league, including games featuring Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool.

“Football is a universal language. It connects and unifies people beyond borders. Blockchain technology shares the same core values. We are very thrilled to see that digital technology is getting more accepted and adopted in the sports industry and we are proud to be part of it,” said Andy Cheung, OKEx’s Head of Operations. “Through the games, we want to connect to the audience, getting them to know more about the applications of digital technology, and we look forward to exploring a longer-term partnership to support the sport.”

In celebration of this initiative, OKEx will launch a campaign “Catch Us in the English Premier League!” starting from today to December 10, 2018. Football fans who capture OKEx’s digital banner in one of the following games and share the image on OKEx’s Twitter will have a chance to win 50 USDT. In the upcoming EPL matches, participants can simply follow the below steps to win 50 USDT. Three winners will be selected and announced on OKEx’s Twitter on December 10, 2018.

Steps:

1. Capture OKEx’s digital banner in the game (on screen or on-site!)
2. Share on OKEx’s Twitter
3. Follow OKEx’s Twitter & retweet the post

Follow the below schedule to join “Catch Us in the English Premier League!” campaign:

AFC Bournemouth vs Arsenal – 25/11/2018
Huddersfield Town vs Brighton & Hove Albion – 01/12/2018
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Chelsea – 05/12/2018
AFC Bournemouth vs Liverpool – 08/12/2018

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