Teqball’s deal with ESPN plans to gain participants and spectators in a push for the 2028 Olympic games
With the rapidly growing engagement with soccer superstars and grassroot players alike, it’s only a matter of time before the sport of Teqball is accepted by the IOC for the Olympic games.
Thanks to a new deal with ESPN, who will stream 12 live U.S. events online and air six tape-delayed highlight shows on ESPN2 and ESPNU, Teqball is planning on growing the sport even further. The deal helps create better conditions for its players along with presenting the sport to a massive audience in the U.S.
Along with the launch of the women’s single and doubles categories the sport offers a gender-neutral game for the billions of soccer players and fans globally.
To read the full Forbes article about Teqball’s deal with ESPN and how it helps boost the games reach and recognition click HERE