Leading Ukrainian organizer of table tennis tournaments Setka Cup has started to operate on the territory of the European Union.
Press release.- Great news is coming from Ukraine since Setka Cup is opening a new location in Prague, Czech Republic.
Currently, the international table tennis and tennis platform consists of 700 active players and has 12 rooms in Prague, Kyiv, Dnipro, and Lviv with a total area of 3,487 sq. meters.
Being powered by sports & esports betting provider BETER, Setka Cup holds more than 7,100 matches per month. All games are dynamic, last up to 30 minutes on average, and can have up to 20 betting markets.
“The launch of the location in the European Union is a significant step for Setka Cup. The eponymous location in Prague will hold 4 table tennis tournaments each day, and all participants are local players.
“As a result, we increase the quantity and variety of events for our clients and strengthen the trustworthiness of our product. The partnership agreement with the largest betting operator in the Czech Republic – Tipsport is a case in point,” said Alex Barkar, founder and CEO at BETER.
“We constantly get inquiries from foreign sports communities about the Setka Cup brand’s presence in other countries. We’ve chosen the Czech Republic to start with because of the local table tennis community’s considerable interest. Still, we plan to continue to develop our platform on an international level,” Setka Cup tournament organizers said.
What is Setka Cup?
Setka Cup is the professional league and the largest platform for table tennis development in Ukraine, established in 2018. Setka Cup organizes open non-commercial tournaments and has more than 6500+ commercial table tennis and tennis tournaments per month.
The platform also has unique media channels with English-language content that cover sporting and educational events of table tennis. The offered content is popular in 150+ countries around the world.
The organisers have recently opened a new location in Lviv. “This new location enables us to hold tournaments of all levels. In addition, we will expand the table tennis community, which already consists of more than 550 rated players and 5,000 fans,” Denys Kalachevskyi, SETKA CUP tournaments organizer, said.