Sokin has already made its name in the market after signing deals with the Premier League club Everton and French League club AS Monaco.
As both parties have agreed, the company will unveil the sponsorship by motivating fans to develop a local community project or to come to visit the stadium and watch a home match by modes of global payments and international transfers.
Vroon Modgill, chief executive of Sokin, has revealed that the brand would also appear around the Emirates Stadium.
Peter Silverstone, a chief commercial officer of Arsenal Football Club, added, “Sokin’s determination to improve people’s lives through tech innovation will drive the success of this partnership, as we introduce Sokin and the benefits of fairer and simpler ways of transferring money to our hundreds of millions of fans and followers worldwide.”
Sokin has recently been launched as the first subscription global payments solution in the UK and Europe and claim to be the ideal platform that will provide payments for a constant monthly fee.
Along with Emirates being the main shirt sponsor, Adidas the kit sponsor, and Rwanda the sleeve sponsor, Sokin will be looking forward to being a part of the Arsenal sponsors portfolio.
Arsenal is yet to win a league match and with their consistent poor performances on the pitch, the club will be looking forward to making improvements.