QNET and the Malaysian Hockey Confederation have now officially extended their partnership for another three years. This means that our brand sponsorship will continue from 2021 until 2023, extending our partnership which started in 2015. This is just another feather in QNET’s Sports Sponsorships cap and we couldn’t be more thrilled to be a part of it.

The exciting announcement was made at an official sponsorship pledge ceremony held in Kuala Lumpur this week. The event was attended by the Malaysian Hockey Confederation President Dato Sri Subahan Kamal, V Partner Kuna Senathirajah, as well as other QNET staff and well-wishers.

Through the partnership, which is now 5 years strong, QNET will help the Malaysian Hockey Team as their official sponsors. QNET will also be proud sponsors of the various domestic and international tournaments the confederation will organise. This will include the Asian Champions Trophy to be held in Bangladesh this year.

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“Over the years, QNET has partnered with several prominent sporting names because we believe that that the drive, passion and teamwork in sports mirrors that of our direct selling business, and are vital to the progression of people and organisations. Our current partnership with Manchester City Football Club, PJ City Football Club, the Confédération Africaine De Football (CAF), and the Malaysian Hockey Confederation is proof of that. QNET in Malaysia, in particular, has been a huge supporter of Malaysian sports – namely badminton, motor racing, hockey and football over the years. We are ecstatic to be able to contribute to the future development of sports in Malaysia,” noted V Partner Kuna Senathirajah.

Malaysian Hockey Confederation President Dato Sri Subahan Kamal expressed his honour and gratitude to QNET for the continuation of this sports sponsorship that has helped them put Malaysian Hockey on the map. He said that there was no doubt that the partnership would help the development of hockey even further. Malaysia is currently ranked 11th in the world, and are all geared up to make it to the top 10 bracket this year.

We are thrilled to be partners with the Malaysian Hockey Confederation for another three years and we can’t wait to see what the next few years will bring.