Game Clothing sign on as Major Broadcast Partner
The Australian Mens and Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) are proud to announce GAME Clothing as their Major Broadcast Sponsor for the 2017 Australian Championships.
For the first time in AMMNA’s 33-year history, the Championships will be available to watch around the world, with the final four days of competition to be streamed live from the Gold Coast.
GAME Clothing have created netball uniforms for 25 years and have a brilliant reputation for their high quality products. They are a proud, family-owned company producing amazing Australian made sportswear.
For AMMNA, the partnership is a perfect fit. AMMNA President, Grant Crocker was delighted with the announcement, “live streaming is a new and exciting development at our Championships and it’s great to see a longtime supporter, GAME Clothing, become our first major sponsor. To have a company that is as invested in netball as what we are, partnering us on this brave new journey, is tremendously comforting and exciting”.
Director of GAME Clothing, Garry Pashen, says the company has had a long affinity with netball and is thrilled to be on board.
“Netball has always been a big part of our history at GAME Clothing, and we have always taken pride in our involvement with the sport over many years. We love to see, and be part of, innovation within netball and we really believe that the live streaming of this years’ Australian Championships is an amazing opportunity to further showcase the sport.
“We have been big supporters over the years, so we feel we can cater for the specific needs of men’s and mixed teams and athletes. Some might see the sport as a hobby pursuit, but we know how hard the athletes train, and how professional the whole organisation is on and off the court.
“I’ve personally seen the commitment that the athletes and volunteers put into these Championships each and every year. It’s definitely time that men’s and mixed netball got some much-needed attention, which is why GAME Clothing is keen to be associated with this live streaming event. We think this will be an amazing step forward for the sport.”
The 2017 Australian Championships will run from April 16-22 at the Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre in Carrara.