WTT Rebrands Court Design And Playing Format To Attract More Viewers

November 18, 2020

World Table Tennis (WTT) is rebranding the court design, colour scheme, broadcast innovations for WTT Macao which hits the screens between 25 – 29 November 2020.

World Table Tennis (WTT) is steering the sport into a bold, fresh direction and WTT Macao, a special promotional showcase, is where the journey begins. Introducing a thrilling playing format, scoring system and a dynamic prize money structure, it will feature many of the sport’s biggest stars in striking WTT surrounds.

An octagon-shaped court design is set to catch the eye and raise the heartbeat of all athletes who step inside it. It will take the spectators’ viewing experience to new heights.

“It is very exciting to see WTT’s visual identity coming to life. The image of our WTT events is vital to convey a bold and exciting approach to run table tennis events across the globe. WTT Macao offers a first glimpse of what’s in store from 2021 onwards.” – Joachim Davy, WTT Creative Director

WTT Macao welcomes three equipment partners, Double Happiness (Official Table), Double Fish (Official Ball) and Enlio (Official Sports Floor), all of whom are embracing the visual changes.

The table will feature orange lines and a special undercarriage fitted with LED panelling. Contrasting with the table will be a deep black flooring – a first for table tennis. Both orange and white balls will be tested at the event.

“Double Happiness has been a long-term partner of the ITTF, and we are very excited to enter the next era of table tennis with WTT. WTT Macao represents a fresh start for the sport with multiple innovations and DHS is proud to be showcasing our latest signature rainbow undercarriage with LED to add to the presentation of our sport on the world stage.” – Lou Shihe, General Manager of Shanghai Double Happiness

“We are thrilled to present our new broadcast-optimised court layout at WTT Macao, which is but one of many changes WTT has made to deliver the best value for our partners. The new colour scheme is the first of its kind in table tennis, and we are happy that our long-term partners Double Happiness, Double Fish and Enlio have come on board to support us in making this a reality.” – Kimberly Koh, WTT Head of Partnerships