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Orange Egypt launches new sports service as 2019 AFCON approaches
We are proud of collaboration with Emam, sponsoring football comes as part of group's strategy, says Pierre Etienne Cizeron
Published in Daily News Egypt on 18 - 02 - 2019

Orange Egypt launched a new service in cooperation with Hazem Emam, the former Zamalek player, and member of the Egyptian Football Association. Through the new service, subscribers will receive a range of sport news and Emam's forecasts and analysis for the matches. This comes as Egypt will host the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in June-July.
“We are proud of our new collaboration with Hazem Emam. Sponsoring football comes as part of the group's strategy. Orange Group is sponsoring the Confederation of African Football (CAF) competitions.” Pierre Etienne Cizeron, the chief of consumer business unit at Orange Egypt said.
The new service is called ‘Live with Hazem Emam', and it will be available through a special platform, which is designed specially to address the customers' interests. It introduces a variety of sports information, exclusive news and analysis of important games, as well as personal aspects of Emam's life, in addition to his rich football history and his current projects in the field of sports.


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