(Last Updated On: June 3, 2019)

Oakland Coliseum Ring Central Naming Rights Deal For $3 Million, Not $1 Million

ONN – Oakland Coliseum Ring Central Naming Rights Deal For $3 Million, Not $1 Million

Ring Central, or RingCentral, has purchased the Oakland Coliseum Stadium Naming Rights for $3 million and not $1 million, as other outlets have reported.

The deal with the SF Bay Area Telecom Giant is for $1 million a year over a three-year period, with a one-year option to extend it.

Considering the Coliseum will loose the Warriors, A’s, and Raiders by 2025, the deal is pretty good.

Stay tuned.

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