Oppo is the official global partner of UEFA and as the only smartphone manufacturer in this position, it performed well in the Champions League final.
The company invites select fans and brand ambassador Kaká to the exclusive Oppo hospitality tent next to the Ataturk Olympic Stadium to attend 210 Champions League final between Manchester City and Inter Milan. Inside, there are plenty of photo opportunities, but no DSLRs in sight – instead the likes of the Oppo Find X6 Pro and Oppo Find N2 Flip are used.
Inside the Oppo Hospitality Tent
We were among those invited to watch the finale, experiencing sports memorabilia and cutting-edge mobile technology set up inside the hotel tent The combination. When Kaká came for the kickball challenge, things went from casual – posing for a photo under the scoreboard, inspired by the vivo X Flip cover – to competitive.
Oppo Ambassador Card Kaka visit reception area • Kaka reunited with Luis Garcia
Then it was off to the stadium to watch the game. Everyone in the tent was equipped with an Oppo phone and tried to be a sports photographer. Here, phones can use their lenses — from telephoto lenses that zoom in on the action to ultra-wide-angle cameras that try to capture the huge crowds that gather at stadiums.
Manchester City-Inter Milan final
Earlier in the day, attendees were also free to walk through the historic city and take selfies inside the Grand Bazaar and on the rooftops — — You may recognize this place Skyfall opening remarks. You can also feel the pre-match excitement as fans from all over the world gather in the city and chants come from all directions.
Grand Bazaar interior and top
“As the official global partner of the UEFA Champions League, Oppo is committed to providing the best experience for fans around the world,” said Elvis Zhou, Oppo’s Overseas Chief Marketing Officer. “By joining forces with Kaka, we have created an unparalleled experience that fully immerses fans in the exciting Play the UEFA Champions League and enjoy the ultimate sporting spectacle.”
Oppo and UEFA partnership extended to 169/ UEFA Champions League, last game At Wembley Stadium, London.