The international sports platform Setka Cup has estimated that in Q3 2021, the total number of table tennis, tennis, and beach volleyball matches increased by 15% compared to Q1 2021 (25,454 vs 22,131 matches played).

Table tennis gains traction 

Between July and September 2021, the total number of table tennis, tennis, and beach volleyball matches played was 25,454. In July 2021, Setka Cup hosted 8,757 matches — it was the highest total recorded during the period. 90% of all sports events were table tennis matches.

Today, Setka Cup is the largest table tennis platform. In Q3 2021, the platform hosted 23,265 table tennis matches

Setka Cup locations meet international standards. All arenas are designed and equipped according to national requirements. All Setka’s games are played in those areas. The vast majority of table tennis tournaments are held in the largest Ukrainian cities, such as Kyiv, Dnipro, and Lviv. Also, Prague holds about 1,000 matches.

Since Setka Cup’s primary goal is to popularize sports all over the world, the platform makes a huge contribution to the development of table tennis and other sports. Setka Cup is recognized and supported by reputable sports organizations in the EU. The sports platform partners with the Prague Table Tennis Association in the Czech Republic. All matches are listed in the Ukrainian Table Tennis Federation (UTTF) official schedule.

Tournament Leaders

Setka Cup continues to grow. In Q3 2021, 867 athletes participated in Setka Cup tournaments, which is 40% more than in 2020. Each 4th active UTTF player is a Setka Cup participant.

In Q3 2021, Jakub Figel became the best male player with 42 wins in 44 played matches (95,5% win rate), and Yevheniia Sozoniuk — the best female player with 43 wins in 53 games (81,1% win rate).

Setka Cup players are focused on reaching new heights. Adam Stalzer, the participant of table tennis tournaments in Prague, won the WTT Youth Contender U19 in Belgrade.

Audience geography

European countries continue to hold the record for the number of Setka Cup fans. Germany, Netherlands, Czech Republic, and France are in the TOP-10 countries by the number of Setka Cup tournament viewers.