TABtouch team up with the Force

Wed, Nov 24, 2021, 12:55 AM
Bryce Conway
by Bryce Conway

The Western Force is pleased to announce that TABtouch has signed on as an official partner for the 2022 Super Rugby Pacific season.

The Western Australian wagering organisation that gives back to the WA racing industry with 60 years of industry experience join the Force family on a two-year deal.

TABtouch will help celebrate those special in-game moments with new digital stadium graphics celebrating tries, conversions and penalties. The new Force partner will help bring our fans closer to the action with the TABtouch stats package displayed on the big screens at all 2022 and 2023 home games.

The TABtouch branding will also feature on the back of the Force playing and training shorts throughout the Super Rugby Pacific campaign.

Western Force business development manager Huw Lock said this is a fantastic development not only for the club, but for Members and fans in particular.

“TABtouch is a well-renowned brand who will be adding another level to our already industry-leading match day experience,” Lock explained.

“Through their activations at HBF Park, they will be providing the Force faithful with engaging and interactive entertainment to ensure the best possible night of rugby from start to finish.”

TABtouch head of wagering Michael Saunders is thrilled to be partnering with the club.

“Like the Western Force, TABtouch is a WA local business and we’re proud of the entertainment we provide Western Australians,” Saunders said.

“This partnership will help our wagering customers ‘better their bet’ with Western Force exclusive player content and information.”

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