Paris Saint-Germain have agreed a sponsorship deal with the French branch of America's software company Microsoft.
The deal will expire at the end of this current campaign, but in the mean time Microsoft France will apparently kit out VIP areas of the Parc des Princes stadium with its new Surface tablet as well as the new Xbox One console.
They will, in the process, take a full package of hospitality rights in PSG's stadium.
The software giants recently signed a deal with the NFL as it looks to promote its products in the sporting arena, while at the same time buying the V8 Supercars naming rights agreement eight months ago.
The French club's general manager Jean-Claude Blanc said: "This partnership with Microsoft reflects the growing frame of PSG.
"This latest international market leader associated with us shows the confidence in our project and our brand."
Microsoft's new console will launch this Friday, a week earlier than it's main competitor, the Playstation 4.
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