Setka Cup partners with Prague Table Tennis Association

The Setka Cup, which is powered by BETER, has secured a new partnership with the Prague Table Tennis Association in the Czech Republic.

The new agreement now means that Setka Cup’s daily tournaments will now be officially recognised and supported in the European Union. 

“For the Setka Cup, a partnership with the Prague Table Tennis Association means an official recognition on the international level and an opportunity to join the supporters of table tennis development in the EU,” commented Gal Ehrlich, CEO of BETER.

“It is the right direction that will join our hands with sports communities and professional associations in other countries and help us organize more sports events and involve top athletes.”

The Prague Table Tennis Association will work alongside the Setka Cup to organise sports and educational table tennis events. This collaboration is hoped to “attract more athletes, including prize winners of world championships and participants of the Olympic Games, and expand the number of sporting events of the Setka Cup brand in Europe”.

Milos Vojacek, the President of Prague Table Tennis Association, added: “We are honoured to partner with the Setka Cup and believe that our cooperation will benefit both parties. 

“This significant agreement will allow us to boost table tennis development and promotion in Prague and the Czech Republic.”

The international table tennis, tennis, and beach volleyball tournaments of Setka Cup comprise 700 active players and hold more than 7,500 matches per month in 13 arenas in 4 cities. Live analytics and detailed player statistics are also available for each game at sportsbooks in 150 countries.

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