Palaro ng Timog Silangang Asya 2019 merkado

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Ang Palaro ng Timog Silangang Asya 2019 merkado at ang matagal na tumatakbong kampanya na nagsimula habang any isang taong bilangan hanggang sa palaro gaganapin sa Bayanihan Park sa Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines. Sa Nobyembre 30, 2018.

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Sqalawikain[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Ang Opisyal na salawikain ng 2019 Southeast Asian Games pati na rin ang tema ay "We Win As One."

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Sponsorship[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

There are at least three tiers of sponsorship for the 2019 Southeast Asian Games, depending on the amount of funds a company contributes to the games; Preferred sponsors contributed ₱500,000, Gold sponsors contributed ₱2,000,000 and Platinum sponsors contributed ₱3,000,000. Philippine Airlines will provide the air transport for the delegates of the games.[1] Singapore-based Razer Inc. will be involved in the organization of the Esports events.[2]

Currently, there are at least 46 sponsors: Nine sponsors for Platinum, seven sponsors for Gold, six sponsors for Preferred partners, four sponsors as prestige partners, one sponsor for insurance partner, one sponsor for commemorative watch, two sponsors for banking partners, one sponsor for convenience store, seven sponsors for media partners, one sponsor for host broadcaster, and seven sponsors for broadcasters; while Bronze is still not yet announced.

Six companies have sealed their partnership agreements with PHISGOC during the sponsorship signing ceremonies on February 13, 2019. Atos, an international company which is also the IT Partner of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, is designated as the official games management system provider.[3] France-based GL Events will provide the overlays and temporary structures of the 39 sporting venues to be used for the 2019 SEA Games.[3] Grand Sport, a sports apparel company from Thailand, is the official provider of the uniforms for the workforce, volunteers and technical officials.[3] The official kits of the national athletes of the host country will be provided by Asics.[3] Mikasa, Marathon, and Molten are the providers of the official game balls and sporting equipment of the games, all brought in by Sonak Corporation.[3] PHISGOC appointed MediaPro Asia as the official exclusive production, media rights, marketing and sponsorship agent of the games.[4]

Autonomous vehicle (AV) service from United States-based COAST Autonomous will be used to serve athletes and officials between the athletes’ village, aquatic center and athletics stadium in New Clark City.[5] This will be the first ever implementation of an AV service in a major sporting event.[5]

SM Lifestyle, Inc., an arm of SM Prime Holdings, was named the regional games' official venue partner with the venue for men's basketball and ice hockey to be held in facilities managed by the SM Group.[6]

Skyworth was named as the official television partner in the games. They will also cover events prior to the competition proper including the torch relays in the Philippines and Malaysia, as well as the Game Hub and Fan Zones. The platinum-tier sponsorship was helped secured by Singapore firm Mediapro Asia.[7]

Mastercard is the main sponsor of the games' official mobile app which would allow users to view the schedule and results as well purchase tickets and food in the venue.[8]

The organizers secured insurance for the games' athletes and officials from Standard Insurance Co. Inc. which covered a period of October 15 to December 15, 2019 with each beneficiary having a coverage of ₱300 thousand. The insurance plan covers death or any accident related injuries incurred both during the games and in training, and losses due to sabotage and terrorist acts. Standard Insurance has EMA-Global as its medical service provider partner.[9]

Sponsors of the 2019 Southeast Asian Games
Platinum Partners
Gold Partners
Preferred Partners
Prestige Partners
Official Banking Partners
Official Convenience Store
Official Commemorative Watch
Official Insurance Partner
Official Media Partners
Official Host Broadcaster
Official Broadcasters

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  2. Villar, Joey (29 November 2018). "Esports makes debut in 2019 SEA Games". Philippine Star. Hinango noong 15 December 2018.
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  7. "AIoT pioneer named official SEA Games Television Partner". ABS-CBN Sports. 26 July 2019. Hinango noong 27 July 2019.
  8. 8.0 8.1 Saldajeno, Ivan Stewart (23 September 2019). "Mastercard to power official SEA Games app". Philippine News Agency. Hinango noong 24 September 2019.
  9. "SEA Games athletes, officials now covered of insurance". Sun Star. 5 November 2019. Hinango noong 6 November 2019.
  10. "Alan Peter Cayetano". www.facebook.com. Hinango noong 2019-03-06.
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