Leo Messi has taken another important step in the business world by creating his own investment company based in Silicon Valley which will dedicate a large part of its business to sports, media, among others
Leo Messi is focused on his present with Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and on the upcoming Qatar 2022 World Cup, however he also has time to think about what his life will be like after football, which is why he has decided to create his own company based in Silicon Valley, in San Francisco.
At 34 years old and knowing that he is in the last years of his sports career, Messi has been advised in the best possible way in order to continue generating large income even without playing, for this he launched a new company called Play Time Sports-Tech HoldCo LLC.
Due to being in Silicon Valley, it is not a secret that this company will be dedicated to investments, however, based on the likes of the Argentine, they will be in sports, media and will also serve to finance related clubs or startups. with technology in football.
“I am excited to extend our roots in Silicon Valley and I am delighted that Play Time will collaborate with entrepreneurs from all over the world,” said the captain of the Argentine National Team through a statement released by the “Bloomberg” agency.
To ensure the success of this company and not neglect his current sports career, Messi has chosen his partner Razmig Hovaghimian to head it. This bet is based on the fact that this Hovaghimian has extensive experience in this branch thanks to his time at Graph Ventures.
Likewise, his partner will be advised by Michael Márquez, the founding partner of the investment bank Code Advisors LLC.
Messi focused on PSG and the Qatar 2022 World Cup
Although the Argentine star is planning what his life will be like once he retires from the sport, at the moment he only thinks about continuing to have a great season with the Parisian team, which will allow him to once again be considered one of the best footballers today , something that does not seem to happen at the moment after not being among the nominees for the Ballon d’Or won by Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema.
Likewise, he wants to focus on what his participation with the ‘Albiceleste’ will be in the Qatar 2022 World Cup that will start in just over a month, and in which they are considered one of the contenders thanks to the great game they have been exhibiting in recent years under the guidance of coach Lionel Scaloni.
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