As a technical sponsor and official supplier, Lotto Sport Italy signs a 3-year agreement with StarVie, a Spanish company leader in the sector of paddle, for'dress professional players and coaches.

With this agreement, Lotto Sport Italia brings its expertise in the field of padel, a discipline in full international expansion. Indeed, with 15 years of experience in padel, StarVie is a leading company in terms of innovation and development of snowshoes 100% Made in Spain in its factory in Azuqueca de Henares (Guadalajara).

The result of this collaboration is a collection of textiles and shoes for the next three seasons that more than 80 professional StarVie players will wear during the World Padel Tour competition.

A product line that brings together and combines 45 years of expertise at Lotto Sport Italia in the textile and footwear sector and StarVie's knowledge for the world of padel tennis.

About Lotto Sport

Lotto Sport Italia is a leader in the production and distribution of sportswear, shoes and accessories. Founded in 1973, the company started its activities with the production of tennis shoes and soccer shoes and, over the years, has enlarged its offer both in the field of high performance and in the field of leisure.

Lotto's strategic positioning is based on three fundamental values: the Italian spirit, product design and innovation. Lotto distributes its products in more than 100 countries around the world (own stores, independent multi-brands specializing in sports as well as corners in department stores).

For more information: www.lotto.it

About StarVie

Created in 2002, StarVie is a Spanish brand specializing in padel. The company has its own factory in Azuqueca, Guadalajara. The Star Vie padel rackets are unique in the quality of their materials, as well as in the latest technologies that are used in each model. They are 100% made in Spain. PRESS CONTACT

Franck Binisti

Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Pyramid Club in 2009 in the Paris region. Since then padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France by going to cover the big French paddle events.