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Real Madrid's global partnership with Microsoft helps club to 30 per cent digital revenue growth

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Spanish football giants Real Madrid have grown digital revenues over 30 per cent over the course of five-year partnership with Microsoft, creating a digital marketing platform that allows the club to engage with, and learn from, it's 450 million-strong global fanbase.

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