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Just Eat to sponsor The X Factor & to launch Chef Factor

Online food delivery, group, Just Eat is to become the new broadcast sponsor of The X Factor. The new on and off-air sponsorship deal will see Just Eat own extensive branding around all formats of the show.

At the heart of the sponsorship will be the heroes of the Just Eat business, its 27,600 restaurant partners, which currently serve more than 100 different types of cuisine to over nine million customers across the length and breadth of the country.

In the coming months, Just Eat will launch ‘Chef Factor’, a nationwide hunt for real chefs to star in the TV idents that appear at the beginning and end of commercial breaks during The X Factor. Just Eat wants to take these unsung superstars of the kitchen and put their passion for food - and talent for singing - in the spotlight.

Just Eat will also offer UK customers exclusive access to the show, including behind the scenes content and ticket giveaways throughout the series.

Barnaby Dawe, Chief Marketing Officer of Just Eat, said, “We are thrilled to be partnering with such an iconic TV programme. It’s a great fit for both brands as we each play a key role for millions of people every weekend. Last year over 39 million people watched The X Factor, so the partnership will give the Just Eat business a fantastic opportunity to reach an even broader audience.

“We are especially pleased that we can use The X Factor sponsorship as a platform to celebrate our restaurant partners and drive orders to all of them. To have the opportunity to showcase the breadth and diversity of their cuisine – as well as their singing talent – is incredibly exciting for Just Eat.”

The new partnership will go live when Series 14 of The X Factor airs later this summer. The sponsorship was negotiated by Just Eat’s media planning and buying agency, M/Six, and the creative platform is being developed by Karmarama.