U.S.-based computer technology company Oracle Corp. has paid more than $200 million for the naming rights to baseball team company San Francisco Giants’ stadium.

As part of the deal, Oracle will own rights for 20 years on the MLB stadium, known as AT&T Park and to be renamed Oracle Park.

With the acquisition, Oracle Corp. extends its brand nationwide as San Francisco Giants won three championships in the past four years.

Oracle said that this is a second deal to ramp up its brand image by sponsoring a hometown sports facility in the San Francisco Bay Area.