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LaLiga: FC Barcelona promote 25% stake in audiovisual studio to boost cash for registering new gamers

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LaLiga: FC Barcelona sell 25% stake in audiovisual studio to raise money for registering new players

LaLiga giants FC Barcelona have bought 25 per cent stake in its audiovisual studio for 100 million Euros. This is being thought of as an essential step to register their new signings forward of the LaLiga season.

FC Barcelona president Joan Laporta (left) poses with Andreas Christensen (centre). (Courtesy: Reuters)

HIGHLIGHTSFC Barcelona have made a number of signings forward of the seasonThe likes of Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha have began nicely for Barcelona in pre seasonThe stakes has been bought to Socios.com

LaLiga giants Barcelona bought a 25% stake in its audiovisual studio to digital fan token agency Socios.com for 100 million euros ($102 million), president Joan Laporta revealed on Monday, 1 August, because the Spanish crew took essential steps to usher in income to register new gamers.

Barcelona have made a number of large cash signings this summer time bringing in gamers like Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha and Jules Kounde. There have been sturdy stories throughout the Spanish and English media that they need to promote of Frenkie de Jong to usher in an enormous amount of money. However, that has not come to move but.

Reuters reported that ‘Socios.com’ will come on board as a know-how accomplice accelerating Barca’s blockchain, non-fungible token (NFT) and Web3 methods.

“Barca Studios includes (in its portfolio) metaverse, NFTs and Barca tokens. It’s the sale of a stake … it’s in principle forever, we could recover it if something happens,” Laporta stated at a information convention to unveil new signing Jules Kounde, who was purchased from Sevilla.

“Socios.com will support Barca in its efforts to build new digital connections with its global fan base of 400 million,” a Reuters report said.

The membership has taken a number of steps to cut back the huge debt incurred through the pandemic. Barcelona have at the moment signed a shirt and stadium sponsorship cope with Spotify in an settlement value 280 million euros and authorized monetary plans in December to renovate Camp Nou.

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