RoboMarkets renews sponsorship with Cyprus-based racing Team AutoLife

Rick Steves

The two entities, RoboMarkets and Team AutoLife, started their relationship in 2019.

RoboMarkets has successfully renewed its platinum partnership with Team AutoLife, a Cyprus-based racing team famous for competing in international rallies and cross-country races.

The new sports sponsorship will provide the distinguished European brokerage company with greater visibility as its brand will be displayed in the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge this year and the Dakar Rally 2025.

Team AutoLife, known for its achievements in prestigious races like the Dakar Rally and Greece Offroad, boasts a skilled team led by pilot Roman Starikovich, navigator Bert Heskes, and manager Sijbrand Booij.

RoboMarkets and Team AutoLife together since 2019

Since its establishment in 2015, the team has shown resilience and a competitive spirit, securing a commendable second place in the T1 class at the Abu Dhabi Baja Challenge recently.

The two entities, RoboMarkets and Team AutoLife, started their relationship in 2019. In the five years since, the multi-asset broker continues to support Team AutoLife’s vision and goals, promising a strong backing as the team faces upcoming challenges and strives to leave a significant mark in motorsports.

RoboMarkets operates under the CySEC license No. 191/13, offering retail and professional traders access to multiple financial markets with favorable conditions.

RoboMarkets has been very active in the local community of Cyprus by promoting healthy competition. Last year, the brokerage sponsored the 56th European Championship Sporting. The competition brought elite shooters from across the continent to compete in individual and team categories. Over four exhilarating days, the competition featured challenging targets and enthralling performances as athletes demonstrate camaraderie and sportsmanship.

The brokerage firm also extended its official sponsorship agreement with BMW M Motorsport, now as a Premium Partner of BMW M. Three-time DTM champion René Rast drove the updated blue BMW M4 GT3 in RoboMarkets design retaining the number 33. The 36-year-old racer was crowned DTM champion in 2017, 2019, and 2020.

Additionally, RoboMarkets is Premium Partner of German professional football club Eintracht Frankfurt from Bundesliga in a sponsorship deal that is valid until the end of the 2023/2024 season. The agreement includes the company’s logo being featured on the club’s home stadium, on advertising panels, and in TV advertisements during the matches.

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