QTech Games and Song88 Host Successful SiGMA Asia Invitational Golf Day, Raising $20k for Local Orphanages
QTech Games, a leading games distributor in emerging markets, joined forces with rising-star sportsbook Song88 to host the inaugural SiGMA Asia Invitational Golf Day in Manila. The event received widespread acclaim, serving as a prelude to one of the industry’s most influential summits while also raising $20,000 for various local charitable causes.
The golf day brought together senior executives from the igaming industry, with prominent companies like Blueprint Gaming, Continent 8, Aviatrix, Naga Games, Dragoon Soft, and Habanero contributing to the cause. The funds raised were donated to the SiGMA Foundation, dedicated to supporting orphanages in the Philippines and providing essential health, protection, and education to local children.
The event took place at the stunning Club Intramuros Golf Course in Manila, offering picturesque views of the cityscape and historic old walls. Attendees enjoyed a day of golfing, networking, and supporting a meaningful cause.
QTech Games continues to lead the way in developing territories worldwide, offering a comprehensive range of gaming tools, services, and 24/7 support to elevate its partners’ offerings and enhance the customer experience. The company’s advanced AI technology and one-stop-shop approach make it a definitive choice for online casino operators, delivering a vast selection of top-quality casino games and tailored solutions.
Song88 has quickly gained popularity as one of Asia’s preferred sportsbooks, catering specifically to the preferences and demands of Asian customers. With cutting-edge pricing models and data feeds, Song88 offers sophisticated in-play odds and competitive pricing on a wide range of sports, meeting the needs of diverse markets and niche sports enthusiasts.
The successful SiGMA Asia Invitational Golf Day showcased the collaborative efforts of QTech Games and Song88, highlighting their commitment to the igaming industry and making a positive impact on local communities through charitable initiatives.
Martin Trang, Global CMO at QTech Games, said: “The weather was kind, the golf was varied, and my own game was aggressively average, I’m afraid! But the main thing was the golf day proved to be a fantastic networking event, where we had a lot of fun with old friends and new colleagues, coming together to help raise some much-needed funds for important local children’s causes. It was a popular and relaxed way to start the show for our peers and partners, and we plan to stage more of these inclusive events at future industry shows.”
Magnus Karlsson, CEO at Song88, added: “I would like to give a massive thank you to everyone taking part in our inaugural golf day, especially to all those assembled who gave so generously to support orphanages across the Philippines. I hope this could be the start of a great tradition whereby the sector gets together once a year over a relaxed game of charity golf, where all the proceeds go to those who need it the most here in the Philippines: the children.
“SiGMA G2E Asia is a superb summit, and I’m pleased to report there was a real momentum behind this year’s show in Manila, especially with all the challenges of the pandemic now hopefully behind us. It was brilliant to be back together en masse, and we were thoroughly impressed with the quality, quantity and diversity of the delegates on site. Having all the major industry players in the region together in-venue allowed attendees to gain a deeper insight into the latest market trends and benefit from a wide array of networking opportunities – and our QTech Games-Song88 Invitational Golf Day will be a regular part of the latter category going forward.”
“We will continue to work closely with SiGMA and QTech Games to foster a closer connection around similar innovative networking initiatives, fusing business with pleasure. This Charity Invitational paid fitting tribute to the spirit and camaraderie of the igaming industry. Song88’s is fast-becoming Asia’s favourite new sportsbook, having been developed from the ground up with Asian customers in mind.”