Lionel Messi of Argentina jogs in their Group D match against Croatia during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, 21 June 2018.
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Lionel Messi also invests in Silicon Valley’s technology and growth potential. The well-known footballer, in fact, has chosen to invest, through his company, Messi Group, in holding Play Time. This holding will deal, in particular, with targeted investments in sports, media and technology with the aim of fully exploiting the growth potential of these sectors. Play Time will be the main channel of investments for Messi and his company.
Messi invests in the Play Time holding
Footballers also invest in technology. Messi and his company have chosen to invest in the Play Time holding. For the foreseeable future, Play Time will, under the guidance of CEO Razmig Hovaghimian, identify targeted investments in the tech, sports and other related sectors. For the future, Play Time should also also acquire stakes in sports teams (not just football) to fully exploit the growth potential of the sector.
In a press release, Messi states, “I am thrilled to extend our roots into Silicon Valley and thrilled that Play Time will partner with daring entrepreneurs around the world. I hope that through its success Play Time can help many people and have a positive impact on the world. I trust the team and our partners to achieve our goals ”. We will see what Play Time moves in the investment sector. Certainly, the financial resources of Messi Group, the main player in the holding, are considerable.