Former Manchester City and Argentina striker, Sergio Aguero, has been revealed as cryptocurrency betting and gaming operator,’s latest global representative. 

In the multi-year collaboration, Aguero will work on a range of initiatives, which have been revealed as exclusive content, promotions and VIP guest packages.  

On his new partnership, Aguero stated: “I’m delighted to be working with and joining their exciting team. I’ve watched on with interest as they have become more involved in football and Stake’s ambitions very closely match my own as I move into a new phase of my post-playing career. 

“I can’t wait to get started on all the exciting initiatives we have planned for fans as we build up to the World Cup later this year.”   

Aguero is Premier League side Manchester City’s leading scorer, winning five titles during his 10 year association with the club, as well as boasting over 100 international caps for Argentina including an Olympic Gold Medal, culminating in the 2021 Copa America triumph. 

The former striker has been added to’s portfolio of international sports clubs and athletes ahead of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and further, with the firm lauding Ageuro as  ‘one of the greatest players of his generation’. 

Mladen Vuckovic, CEO of, commented: “As the January transfer window draws to a close, we’re delighted to announce the signing of Sergio Aguero as our new team star. Sergio’s legacy speaks for itself and he is the perfect fit for us as we continue to expand’s global presence. 

“We look forward to welcoming Sergio’s fans around the world into the community as we celebrate this exciting World Cup year with one of the true icons of the game.” 

Also an esports investor, Aguero joins alongside UFC stars Francis Ngannou and Israel Adesanya whilst expanding’s football links, which currently includes a ‘club-record’ partnership with Watford FC as shirt sponsors for the 2021/22 season. 

Additionally, in recent weeks, the platform moved to strengthen its brand presence in the UK following its launch in the country, signing an agreement with Swindon Town FC. This partnership saw its logo featured on the League Two team’s shirt sleeves for its Emirates FA Cup Third Round match against Manchester City on 7 January.

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