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Partnership secured with First Touch Games

Bristol City are pleased to announce a three-year agreement with global mobile gaming developers First Touch Games.

The new partnership will see the Robins’ home and away kits featured in-play within a new football game planned by the award-winning company.

As well as its flagship game Score! Hero, First Touch Games also publish other highly popular free to play football titles, including Dream League Soccer and Score! Match, achieving over 850 million downloads to date in over 100 countries.

Gino Magnotta, COO of First Touch Games, commented: “We are delighted to be partnering with a club of Bristol City’s’ profile and standing to help extend the exposure and development of our football games”.

“Making the highest quality football games and knowing that millions enjoy playing them every day is what motivates us all at First Touch Games, and we look forward to sharing this ambition through a long association with the Robins.”

Bristol Sport Commercial Manager Rich Wigley added: “FTG develop some fantastic games with global appeal, so we are absolutely delighted to be working in partnership with a brand who are leaders in their field. We want to continue to attract the biggest names, so we look forward to reaching millions of football fans worldwide, who will be exposed to the pioneering Robins kit and crest on this new game.”

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