Putting players and fans at the very heart of its mission, WTT was set up by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) in August 2019 to modernise its commercial business activities and realise the full potential of table tennis in order to compete among the highest-profile sports in the world.
In January 2021, WTT will launch its new WTT Series, a totally revamped competition which will radically change the sport and its perception.
WTT will bring an unprecedented increase in prize money, revamps to the event structure, and enhanced content creation through its new partnerships.
Global world-class events include the World Table Tennis Championships and all tiers of the revamped WTT event structure: Grand Smashes, WTT Cup Finals, WTT Champions Series, WTT Contenders Series and women’s tour.
2019 World Table Tennis Championships
Viewers from more than 145 countries and 1,176 hours of TV coverage from Budapest (up from 140 nations and 862 hours in 2018)
YouTube Views: 80.57 million impressions, 8.6 million video views and 34.7 million viewed minutes