TMGM Arranges Partnership with the AFF Suzuki Cup 2020 Event

TMGM Arranges Partnership with the AFF Suzuki Cup 2020 Event

November 9, 2021

TMGM, a Sydney-headquartered forex and contracts for differences (CFDs) broker, announced that it inked a partnership with the AFF Suzuki Cup 2020 event that is set to take place in Singapore in December.

According to the press release shared with Finance Magnates, the broker becomes the official trading platform of the sports event to increase its market share in Southeast Asia. The AFF Suzuki Cup 2020 is scheduled between December 5, 2021, and January 1, 2022.

“Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, and the Philippines are all important markets for TMGM, and we want to strengthen our presence even further with this important initiative. Similar to the Australian Open tennis tournament partnership, where the TMGM brand is highly visible on the fan favorite Speed Serve; this December, football fans will see the TMGM brand on the event cam carpet, broadcasted throughout all the matches of the football tournament,” Angelo D’Alessio, Chief Marketing Officer of TMGM, commented on the announcement.

As part of the partnership, the brokerage will deploy a marketing campaign in the event that includes promoting brand visibility at key events such as the Official Draw and the Cup’s official website and site. Also, it includes having social media presence across TMGM’s channels. Moreover, the firm will host an activation at the Fan Village, where football fans could compete for winning exclusive merchandising.

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“We are delighted to welcome on board our newest sponsor TMGM into the AFF Suzuki Cup family. TMGM is one of the fastest-growing CFD provider in the world, and we are excited to be in partnership with them to engage their key audiences through football,” Major General Khiev Sameth, AFF President, pointed out.

Recently, TMGM arranged a partnership with Gianluigi Buffon, the famous Italian goalkeeper who currently plays for Parma, an Italia’s Serie B football club.

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