Inside information according to Article 17 MAR
Staramba SE: Cooperation agreement signed with FC Bayern Munich
STARAMBA SE has signed a cooperation agreement with FC Bayern München AG for a term of six years. The agreement provides for the development and market launch of a virtual FC Bayern-World with stadium, FC Bayern-Erlebniswelt and the professional team as digital 3D copies for FC Bayern Munich. FCBayern.space is created both as an independent Virtual Reality (VR) app and as part of STARAMBA.spaces. The cooperation with FC Bayern Munich as the world’s sports club with the largest number of members is also of great strategic importance for STARAMBA SE, as the implementation of such a future project with this reference represents a strong signal effect to other top clubs with a high reach.
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