TOTAL BWF World Championships has welcomed 12BET as an official partner of the world class event in Glasgow, Scotland on August 21 to 27, 2017.
With less than a month to go, the most awaited BWF World Championships is about to begin and the agreement that was arranged by Infront Sports and Media, a Wanda sports company, will provide 12BET with product category exclusivity and branding within the arena’s field of play.
BWF Secretary General Thomas Lund is glad to be in partnership with the Asia’s top leading online sports betting, 12BET.
“We are pleased to add 12BET as a corporate partner for the TOTAL BWF World Championships in Glasgow. This tournament is the highlight of the 2017 season, bringing together badminton’s most accomplished players. It will be watched keenly by millions globally and will offer significant worldwide exposure for the 12BET brand,” Lund stated
12BET was founded in 2007 and it has been involved in various sports already. In fact, 12BET have embarked as sponsor of the Yonex All England Open in 2015, major snooker events, and with various football clubs such as Sevilla FC, Newcastle United, Wigan Athletic, Crystal Palace FC, Leicester City and Arsenal FC.
With the ongoing partnership with BWF Secretary General Thomas Lund, 12BET spokesman Rory Anderson was very pleased to add TOTAL BWF World Championship, which will have massive global appeal, to the company’s growing sports sponsorship portfolio.
“It is a huge event that will be broadcast in several of our key target markets. All the top players in the world will be taking part. We wish them the best of luck in what promises to be an enthralling event.”
Aside from 12BET, Badminton World Federation (BWF) are also been named and have agreed a partnership that will see the global betting and gaming brand as an official partner of the 2017 TOTAL BWF World Championships.
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