FC Porto opens new sensory room in partnership with Betano

The sensory room at the Dragão stadium is called Inzone. 

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FC Porto and its main sponsor Betano have introduced a new sensory room at the club’s stadium. 

The sensory room at the Dragão stadium is called Inzone and is addressed to neurodivergent people, individuals with difficulties in processing sensory information. 

The room aims to make the football experience more accessible, allowing for watching matches in a controlled environment that minimises sensory overload experiences. 

Inzone was built in partnership with the School of Health of the Polytechnic Institute of Porto and Betano, which originally entered into a four-year shirt sponsorship deal with FC Porto back in June 2022. 

Kaizen Foundation President Panos Konstantopoulos said: “It is a great honour for us at Kaizen Gaming and Betano, to launch this initiative that creates a more inclusive environment for people with sensory challenges.

"The new sensory room at the Dragão stadium is a significant step towards social integration and diversity. With the invaluable support of the President of FC Porto and in collaboration with the School of Health of Porto, we have created a safe and calming space.  

“At Kaizen Gaming, we are committed to continuously supporting initiatives that promote social awareness and equality for all. We thank FC Porto for their collaboration and for the opportunity to contribute to the creation of a world that accepts and supports social inclusion.” 

FC Porto President, Jorge Nuno Pinto da Costa, added: “FC Porto has been carrying out work around sustainability and, more specifically, inclusion, which I am very proud of and which has been described as being a point of reference.  

“This is another step we are taking in partnership with Betano and the School of Health of the Polytechnic Institute of Porto, which allows us to equip the Dragão Stadium with amenities that did not exist before that make us more inclusive and prepared to welcome all Porto fans.” 

At the start of the year, BetGames introduced a tailored version of its debut crash game, Skyward, in partnership with the Betano brand, targeting the Brazilian market. 


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