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    CFD Trading Powerhouse, TMGM, Is Back Again As An AO22 Partner, Debuting Major Advert Campaign

    Abstract:As the Official Online Trading Platform of the Australian Open, TMGM, is back in the spotlight as they launch new advertising initiatives during the 2022 edition.

    [SYDNEY, 7 January 2022] - Crowds are welcomed back once again to the Australian Open tennis tournament, taking place in Melbourne this month. CFD Trading leader, TMGM, comes back for the second year as the Official Online Trading Platform of the Australian Open.

    The Australian Open Grand Slam annually gathers millions of viewers worldwide. Compared to AO21, this years edition will see more tennis fans in the arenas and a bigger live event audience at Melbourne Park.


       

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    TMGM‘s partnership with Tennis Australia began with AO21, when for the first time, the trading platform occupied the fan favourite Speed Serve, measuring how fast players’ serves are at in km/h.

    “This is the second year of TMGM being a proud partner of AO and we are delighted to be part of such a magnificent organisational effort in sport,” CEO Lee Yu says. “With that in mind, we wanted to give the most to our clients and tennis fans out there, by extending perks and engagements across multiple initiatives.”


       

      

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    TMGM just launched a series of commercials for the company‘s latest marketing campaign, featuring their new mascot, Max, a giant anthropomorphic globe. “We received some fantastic feedback about the witty relationship we built among the mid-30-year-old trader, Tim, and his chosen flatmate, Max,” said Chief Marketing Officer, Angelo D’Alessio. “So much so, that we decided to make a commercial where Max finds his love during a tennis match. I wont spoil anything else, as we are anticipating the release of this video for the upcoming AO22. The bottom line is that you can expect to see a lot of Max The Globe this year - in person at live events, on your TV screens while watching the tennis, and on the big screens at AO22 in Melbourne Park.”

    In Melbourne Park, there are a host of new developments for AO22, including the AO Beach House and Laneways of Melbourne. These designs are inspired by three of Melbournes most iconic streets – Hosier Lane, Guildford Lane and Degraves Street – each with its own look, feel, features, and engaging activities for attendees of the tennis tournament.


       

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    “Thanks to this great partnership with the Australian Open,” Jasmyna Mercer, Head Of Sponsorship explains, “We‘re able to offer exclusive perks and experiences that money can’t buy for our clients with AO22. TMGM clients can look forward to exclusive On Court Seats, premium partner reserved seats, VIP Super Box access with hospitality, behind the scenes Fan Walk experience, a tennis lesson with a Tennis Champion, limited edition Max The Globe tennis merchandise, fine dining experiences, and more.”

    Tennis fans and clients are extremely excited for the upcoming AO22. The Australian Open will take place from 17-30th of January 2022.


       

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    See the Tim & Max video series at TMGM.COM/MAX

     

    For more information, and to learn about the benefits of being a TMGM client, visit TMGM.COM

     

    ABOUT TMGM   


    TMGM empowers investors to take charge of their investment portfolio, combining CFD trading opportunities across 6 asset classes with access to 12,000+ products including Forex, Shares, Precious Metals, Energies, Indices and Cryptocurrencies. Their sophisticated online platform simplifies direct CFD trading: providing the technology, turn-key support and innovative structure so traders only have to worry about investment decisions. TMGM is your reliable CFD provider and the Official Online Trading Platform of the Australian Open and AFF Suzuki Cup 2020. TMGM has offices in 3 continents and a volume of more than $200 Billion traded each month on its platform. For more information, visit TMGM.COM 

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