Strikerz Inc. take U's Away and Third Shirt Sponsorship
Colchester United are delighted to announce that Strikerz Inc. will be their First Team Away and Third Shirt Sponsor for the 2020/21 season.
Strikerz Inc. is a video game developing company originated from Minsk, Belarus.
Established in 2016, it is currently working on the creation of a completely new esports experience.
The Strikerz Inc. team consists of experienced professionals united by passion for football and sharing the values of fair play, sportsmanship, competition, and equality.
The company co-operates with several technical partners based in the UK, the USA, China, Ukraine, and Bulgaria.
Strikerz Inc. also have business partners all over the globe, including the UK, Germany, Italy, France, Portugal, Turkey, Czech Republic, Poland, Ukraine, Brazil and many others.
Eugene Nashilov, company’s CEO said: “Strikerz Inc. are flattered and delighted to become Colchester United’s First Team Away Shirt and Third Shirt Sponsor.
"We are excited to share the sweetness of every victory and bitterness of every defeat in the games where Colchester United players will proudly wear our logo on the shirts.
"We firmly believe that the time together will be a success for both parties, in business and sporting terms.
"We sincerely wish Colchester United a triumphant season, looking forward to seeing the team back in League Two action in September."
Tim Waddington, Colchester United’s General Manager added: "We are delighted that Strikerz Inc. have come on board with us as a major sponsor and we look forward to working with them for at least the next year."
"Over the course of the past few months of negotiations, we have already forged an excellent relationship and we’re sure that will only strengthen in time.
"We truly feel we have two excellent kits that will be utilised on our travels across the country and Strikerz Inc. will be an excellent fit with them both.
"I’d like to officially welcome them on board and hope that they enjoy being part of the Colchester United family."