SportsTG is pleased to announce their newly formed partnership with one of Asia’s largest sporting organisations, the Asia Pacific Rugby League Confederation (APRLC).
SportsTG will work with the APRLC to provide administration solutions for local rugby league competitions including the ability to manage memberships, competitions, fixtures, player statistics. All of this information will be displayed on a SportsTG website.
This partnership builds upon SportsTG’s growing presence in Rugby League around the world. As more organisations adopt SportsTG’s innovative technology solutions, information can be shared electronically, greatly reducing the administration work required for transfers and clearances.
With all Rugby League organisations around the world shifting to a unified platform it allows for the creation of a digital footprint for participants. Data will be attached to the digital footprint, which can be used for talent recognition and managing player retention.
SportsTG Head of Sport, Brian Cooney says, “We’re excited to be able to partner with the APRLC to drive such a significant change across the region and the world for Rugby League. We look forward to a long and successful partnership delivering a platform to accommodate growth”.
Chairman of the APRLC Mr Tagaloa Faafouina SU’A says, “The Asia Pacific Confederation is keen to improve the way the game is administered in our member nations, in-line with best practice in Australia, New Zealand and England”.
“Using SportsTG’s platform will allow our nations to run competitions more effectively, recognise the participation of our players and volunteers, and create a central record of our competitions, clubs and teams. This initiative will help our member nations promote domestic competitions and programs, both in-country, and to the wider international Rugby League community. It will help demonstrate Rugby League’s footprint across the Asia Pacific region”, said Mr Tagaloa Faafouina SU’A.