Global communications platform Skype has been unveiled as the latest official partner of the forthcoming 2015 Men’s Squash World Championship to take place in Bellevue, Washington from November 15 – 22.
The exclusive partnership will see Skype play a leading role in ensuring the 2015 World Championship is the most interactive squash tournament of all time with brand new initiatives such as interactive fan chats planned for the first ever World Championship to be staged in the United States.
“We’re extremely pleased to announce that Skype will become the leading partner of the 2015 Men’s World Squash Championship,” said tournament promoter Shabana Khan, CEO of YSKevents.
“Skype is a globally recognised brand that will bring a wealth of expertise and ideas to the tournament in what it is a landmark deal in the history of the Men’s Squash World Championship.We look forward to working closely with our partners at Skype and the Professional Squash Association (PSA) over the coming weeks ahead of what promises to be an enthralling week of action.”
Skype’s Mike Melazzo, Director Partnership Marketing said: “We are excited to be working with the 2015 Men’s PSA World Squash Championships. As an expanding global sport we look forward to being able to use Skype’s range of features to make this the most connected Men’s Squash World Championships to date and enabling fans from all over the World to interact with the tournament like never before. Skype users will also have the unique opportunity to ask questions to the players by simply using the Skype ID ‘PSAWorldTour’.”
The 2015 Men’s World Squash Championships takes place from November 15-22 at the Meydenbauer Center, Bellevue and coverage from the event will be shown in its entirety on SQUASHTV.