Enteractive sponsors mini ‘Ryder Cup’ in Malta Golf tournament to include business leaders from Malta and RoW

Enteractive has partnered with SPORTSvox Ex Pat Golf Society to present the Enteractive Cup (EU v RoW)

Twelve different nationalities will be taking part in this inaugural, first-of-its-kind golf event at the Royal Malta Golf Club in Malta.

While the official Ryder Cup has been postponed to 2021, SPORTSvox Ex Pat Golf Society is filling the void by hosting a local tournament in Malta. The EU vs Rest of the World event will take place over three days from Friday 25th September to Sunday 27th September.  Enteractive will be the Official Tournament Sponsor, presenting a trophy for the 2020 winning team.

The tournament will see 25 players representing each team, with 16 players being selected to play on each day of the event. A draw for Sunday’s Singles Matchplay will be made on Saturday evening.

The schedule has been confirmed as: 

Friday 25th September  - 4 Ball Better Ball Matchplay ( 8 matches ) Tee Off 12:10 - 13:20

Saturday 26th September - 4 Ball Better Ball Matchplay ( 8 Matches ) Tee Off 12:10 - 13:20

Sunday 27th September - Singles Matchplay ( 16 Matches ) Tee Off 12:10 - 13:20

Andrew Foster | SiGMA News

Andrew Foster, Head of Business Development at Enteractive (seen left), commented, “We’re proud to sponsor this headline golfing event in Malta, hosting some fantastic players and providing a worthy alternative to the official Ryder Cup.  It’s a great way for Enteractive to enjoy time with existing clients and to provide an opportunity for everyone to get involved in some healthy competition.”

Neill Simpson, founder of the SPORTSvox Ex Pat Golf Society, added, “We’re thrilled to have Enteractive as the headline sponsor for this inaugural event. The competition is sure to be fierce!  Given all the golfers will be missing out on watching the real Ryder Cup action, it’s nice to be able to offer an alternative and something that everyone can look forward to.”

About SiGMA Europe - Malta

SiGMA Group has announced the postponement of its Europe summit, which was planned to be held in Malta on 17-19 November 2020. The show will now open its doors early next year in February, running from the 16-18th, making it the first event to headline the 2021 gaming calendar.

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