SKYWORTH continues to support athletes in ASEAN by sponsoring the 2020 ASEAN Para Games

2019/12/12 00:00:00

[Manila, Philippines], December 12, 2019 – The 30th Southeast Asian Games finally drew to a close in the Philippines thanks to the commendable efforts by all the participating athletes and supporters from 11 countries. The closing ceremony was successfully held at the New Clark City Athletics Stadium on December 11, marking a perfect ending for this regional biennial sports game.

 

SKYWORTH, a pioneer in big-screen Artificial Intelligence + Internet of Things (AIoT) and a leading global television brand, is thrilled to be a part of this exciting sports event by being the Television Sponsor and Official Platinum Partner for the 30th Southeast Asian Games 2019. With the exceptional image quality brought by SKYWORTH, viewers were able to capture all the momentous moments powered by the motion compensation technology as well as other cutting-edge AI capabilities. At the same time, SKYWORTH brought a ton of excitement to fans with its four interactive Fan Zones at the SEA Games in which participants could show-off their skills by playing the virtual sports games powered by SKYWORTH TVs. 

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Interactive Fan Zones powered by SKKWORTH at SEA Games

SKYWORTH’s commitment in support on sports entertainment does not end with the SEA Games. The company will also be sponsoring the 2020 ASEAN Para Games (“ASEAN Para Games”) as a bid to bridge the gap between the physical world and the digital space with its pioneer technology and insights in big-screen AIoT. The ASEAN Para Games will be held on January 18-25 and is expected to host most than 2,000 athletes from 11 Southeast Asian countries.

 

“SKYWORTH is very honored to be the sponsor of the 30th SEA Games. The company strives in bringing the best sports entertainment to all Southeast Asian sports fans.  said Jack Lee “As a leading TV company, we want to fully leverage our technology prowess to unleash the potential from every athlete. We believe the 2020 ASEAN Para Games will be another success!”