ACT dons the role of platinum sponsors at Bengaluru Open

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Bengaluru, Jan 18: Atria Convergence Technologies Ltd, more popular among internet users as ACT, the largest fiber-focused wired broadband ISP (Internet Service Provider) has reasserted its strong connect with the coveted Bengaluru Open by donning the cap of the Platinum Sponsor of the premium event.

ACT is associating with the Bengaluru Open, to be held at the KSLTA in Bengaluru from February 10 to 16. The Bangalore Open ranks as one of the biggest ATP Challenger Tour events across the world and the biggest in Asia, offering a total prize purse of US $ 162,000.

The event will showcase some of the best players from across the world and is a platform to leverage tennis as an aspiring sport in India.

As many as 48 players from over 20 countries (main draw) will be vying for honours in the week-long event that promises quality action to the tennis buffs of Bengaluru. 

ACT had supported the previous two editions of the Bengaluru Open which aims to portray as the next sports capital of India while keeping the image of the Silicon City intact.

ACT Fibernet has joined hands with KSLTA to boost the sporting culture in the city and also be a part of responsible citizens (Sponsors) who have a common target of uplifting the image of the Garden City while also promoting the sport of tennis.


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