Ad of the Day | Supercell: Ronaldinho Reacts to Erling Haaland Being in Clash of Clans!


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Games, Toys

Football legends Ronaldo, Ronaldinho and Sergio Agüero have playfully called out star striker Erling Haaland online, voicing their frustrations over his major new deal with Supercell video game Clash of Clans. The Norwegian forward has become the famous "Barbarian King" character in the popular mobile game, but the legendary Brazilians and Argentine have claimed the deal should have been theirs - as their characters would’ve been a better fit.


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Global Chief Creative Officer and Partner:

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Global Chief Operating Officer:

Sylvia Panico

Managing Director:

Luiza Prata Carvalho

Chief Creative Officer:

André Toledo

Creative Director:

Linus Oura, Sébastien Rouvière, Pedro Sattin

Associate Creative Director:

Guillherme Pinheiro


Andy Laugenour

Global Strategy Officer:

Paula Vampre

Group Strategy Director:

James Mitchell


Brooklyn Carey

Group Account Director:

Brett Niebling

Account Supervisor:

Irene León

Head of Production:

Brenda Morrison Fell

Executive Producer:

Natasha Louckevitch

Associate Producer:

Sophie Freid

Director of Business Affairs:

Barbara Karalis

Business Affairs Manager:

Catalina Peña

Global PR Director:

Sandra Azedo

Chief Marketing Officer:

Fernanda Romano

Head of Global Live Games Marketing:

Iwo Zakowski

Clash of Clans Marketing Lead:

Anna Bouveng

Growth Marketing:

David Edwards

Marketing Producer:

Yuri Yoshimura

Product Marketing:

Ana Martins

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Jonathan Howard

Head of Media & Ops:

Kasim Zorlu

Performance Marketing:

Adam Massey

UA Creative Producer:

Peter McLaughlin


May, 2024

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