The top-flight league for table tennis in Germany, the Tischtennis Bundesliga, has signed an agreement with FeedConstruct.

Terms of the deal enable FeedConstruct to cover the 600 matches of the 2022/23 season, beginning on 28 August, using ‘high quality streams’ and data solutions.

FeedConstruct anticipates an ‘exciting’ tournament over the coming 12 months, as champions Borussia Düsseldorf face off competition from FC Saarbrücken-TT, Post SV Mühlhausen and TTC Rhönsprudel Fulda-Maberzell.

“The competition will feature top players like Timo Boll, Darko Jorgic, Dang Qiu, Patrick Franziska, Anton Källberg, and many others, who will be looking to defend their success from last year’s season,” a statement from FeedConstruct read.

“The season promises to be exciting, and FeedConstruct is thrilled to distribute its exclusive coverage across our global partners.”

FeedConstruct forms part of the wider BetConstruct B2B sports betting and igaming solutions group, and has been working to bolster its standing in European sports over the past two years.

The firm’s movements in the sector have included two agreements with the Ukrainian Association of Football (UAF), with the first signed in June 2020 and a second signed the following year with the authority’s Referees Committee.

Earlier this year, BetConstruct’s UK Regional Director, Elliot Banks, spoke to SBC in Twickenham Stadium, focusing on the firm’s continued focus on European markets in tandem with probing emerging opportunities in the stateside sports betting market.

“You can’t lose focus on where you started,” he remarked. “The US – it is their behemoth. Everyone is looking for their route in, how they’re going to launch and sustain that market. 

“But if you spend too much focus on one place you’re going to lose a bit of the representation that you should have for European sports, Asian sports – the rest of the global sports market. 

“With a winter World Cup this year I think that’s a real push internally for us and to maintain our commitment to European sport.”

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