World Table Tennis championship : ITTF launches Twitter emoji

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The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) has launched its own emoji to celebrate the ITTF World Table Tennis Championship.

The emoji launched during the build-up of the Liebherr 2019 ITTF World Table Tennis Championships will also serve to promote and increase the fans base of the global meet.

The move forms part of the ITTF’s innovative digital strategy around the biggest table tennis event of the year. The Liebherr ITTF World Championship will be held between April 21 and 28 in Budapest, Hungary, with clear objectives to drive fan interaction and brand awareness to new levels.

The emoji, which has taken on the form of the official event logo, appears when the following five hashtags are tweeted:

“In essence, the World Table Tennis Championships emoji will revolutionise the user experience for followers on Twitter, providing an easier and more engaging way for them to interact with the ITTF and one another, including of course the sharing of either official or user-generated content, from Budapest and beyond,” says ITTF Marketing Director, Matt Pound

The introduction of the World Table Tennis Championships emoji is the latest sign of how the ITTF is breaking new ground in the sport, inspired by successful emoji initiatives already run by the likes of Major League Soccer (MLS), National Basketball Association (NBA), National Football League (NFL) and Major League Baseball (MLB).

The ITTF is establishing itself as one of the top-performing sports brands on Twitter, especially among those based in the Asia-Pacific region.

By delivering eye-catching and engaging video content on a daily basis, the ITTF achieved almost 25 million video views during 2018, figures which are on course to grow significantly in 2019.

The ITTF World Table Tennis Championship will be broadcast to 145 nations.

Also read: TT World Championship LIVE in 145 nations, no telecast in India