The International Teqball Federation (FITEQ) has announced the launch of mobile app, SQILLER, which aims to use cutting-edge technologies to redefine how fans engage with the sport globally.

The announcement, which was made at the Web Summit in Lisbon, was confirmed by Teqball Ambassador, Ronaldinho, and FITEQ Vice-President Viktor Huszar.

FITEQ Vice-President Huszar commented: “The purpose of the Web Summit is to redefine the global tech industry and at FITEQ we share those values of constantly looking to push boundaries and redefine how our sport can be consumed.

“SQILLER uses modern technologies in a way that has never been done before. It is an app which challenges what we mean by esports and will become the esport discipline of teqball. It allows players to develop real skills which they can put to use on the teqball table. SQILLER will also help to unite the community of Teqers around the world through their shared love of sport. No matter where you are, all you need is a ball and a smart phone and you can connect to the global Teqball family.”

The app allows players from all over the world to hone their teqball skills wherever they are using just a smart device and a football. Benchmarks are set by Teqball Ambassadors, such as Brazilian footballing legends Ronaldinho and Cafu, who are filmed performing a variety of skills at different difficulty levels. 

Teqball Ambassador Ronaldinho added: “I am happy to be a part of SQILLER. I played football all my life and it is an opportunity for everyone nowadays who has a mobile phone to unite technology with sport.”

Insider Insight: As an innovation Teqball is pioneering and can elevate engagement within the world of football. Furthermore, the collaboration with Ronaldinho as a brand ambassador couldn’t be more perfect, the Brazilian has innovated in the way he plays football and his skillset is perfectly suited to this Teqball.

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