Sportingtech to Back Historic Female Bout at SBC Charity Boxing Championship
Sportingtech is gearing up to support a landmark event in the world of sports and philanthropy by sponsoring one of the first female boxers at the SBC Charity Boxing Championship.
Anna ‘Albatross’ Mackney, representing Play’n GO, is poised to battle it out against Ally McIvor from Games Global, marking an unprecedented moment at the esteemed black-tie event in London’s Park Lane Hilton Hotel this November 10th.
Rigorous Preparation for a Noble Cause
Anna has dedicated the past 20 weeks to a stringent training schedule, committing one to two hours daily to prepare for the intense competition. This disciplined approach is balanced with her professional responsibilities, showcasing her commitment to the sport and the causes supported by the championship.
The event, in its annual tradition, joins hands with Oliver’s Wish Foundation to support various charitable organizations, with last year’s event raising a significant sum for noble causes.
Industry Titans and Charity in the Spotlight
The glamorous championship night will host six bouts featuring key industry players and is expected to draw in a crowd of 500 spectators, including 12 iGaming industry figures stepping into the ring. Sportingtech’s sponsorship includes a VIP table, highlighting their support for the groundbreaking female match and the charitable objectives of the event.
Anna Mackney expressed her enthusiasm and gratitude, “I am incredibly excited to take part in the first female bout at SBC’s Charity Boxing Championship and I am very grateful to Sportingtech for the sponsorship and support. Training has been tough, having to juggle my job with a rigorous schedule hasn’t been easy but I hope on the night the hard work pays off. The event raises money for some great causes, and it should be a fun night.”
Echoing this sentiment, Dan Stone from Sportingtech remarked, “It’s a pleasure to sponsor Anna ‘The Albatross’ Mackney for the first ever female bout at SBC’s annual Charity Boxing Championship. We know she’s been put through her paces in training and can’t wait for a victory next month. This event has been a great addition to the industry’s calendar and raises money for a number of worthy causes, and we are delighted to be able to lend our support.”
Our Comment on the Article
The involvement of Sportingtech in the SBC Charity Boxing Championship signifies a progressive shift in the sporting arena, celebrating not just the competitive spirit of the industry’s figures but also their dedication to charitable endeavors.
Sportingtech’s support exemplifies how sponsorship can transcend mere branding, aiding in the elevation of sportsmanship and the betterment of society through charitable contributions.
The event promises to be more than a night of entertainment; it’s a showcase of determination, community spirit, and the impactful synergy between sports and social responsibility.