Voss and War Horse, internationally renowned water and energy drink brands respectively, have partnered with the Agricultural Bank of China 2019 ITTF World Tour Grand Finals, taking place between Thursday 12thand Sunday 15th December in Zhengzhou, China.
Both Voss and War Horse are subsidiaries under the Reignwood Group tag. Boasting more than 100 branches and subsidiaries in Asia, Europe and North America, Reignwood Group is the leader and founder of functional beverages in China whose aim is to provide healthy, energising drinks for consumers around the globe.
Named after the Voss lake in the southern part of Norway, Voss is a drinkable water brand which has become a firm favourite with members of royalty and international celebrities alike including the likes of Dwayne Johnson who was at the centre of the brand’s #LiveEveryDrop campaign!
Granted water category exclusivity at the 2019 ITTF World Tour Grand Finals, Voss is providing drinkable water for players competing this week in Zhengzhou.
Launched in 2017, War Horse is an energy vitamin beverage brand, marketing itself “not only as a drink, but also an embodiment of young people’s upbeat and striving spirit.”
War Horse is the official energy drink supplier at the 2019 ITTF World Tour Grand Finals.
“As a long-term sports supporter, War Horse is partnering with the ITTF to promote the development of table tennis and breathe energy into China’s national sport and the top athletes taking part. We wish for the players to attain the very best results and carry forward the spirit of the game.” – Spokesperson at War Horse
“We are delighted to be teaming up with two major brands, whose values match those of the ITTF and whose products directly benefit the players in the heat of battle at one of our biggest events.” – Matt Pound, ITTF Marketing Director
The 2019 ITTF World Tour Grand Finals represents one of the most prestigious events in the international table tennis calendar. A prize fund in excess of US$ 1,000,000, a total of 16 players are competing in each of the men’s singles and women’s singles events. In each of the men’s doubles, women’s doubles and mixed doubles competitions, it is eight pairs. In the mixed doubles, there is the added incentive of Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games spots available to the four semi-finalists.
The ITTF is delighted to be welcoming Voss and War Horse for what is anticipated to be a thrilling finale to the 2019 season.