The activity will drive the sustainability campaign theme of the tournament towards 2023 and can be seen from the stands of Villaggio and Souq Waqif at Doha Festival City from 5th February. It includes a unique virtual reality game that gives participants the opportunity to help conserve carbon dioxide. Fight climate change. A game about shooting a fully recyclable bottle of PET (polyethylene terephthalate) through a hoop. A game where you pick a sustainability banner message to win fun prizes.
Saleh Al Mana, Vice President and Director of Government and Public Relations, ExxonMobil Qatar. QTF Executive Director Tarek Zainal. Tournament His Director Karim Arami kicked off the action earlier this week at Doha Festival City.
Dominic Genetti, president and general manager of ExxonMobil Qatar, said: “The activities are fun, engaging and open to the public. They also promote the tournament and its sustainability theme and give people a taste of what will happen in February.”
“Qatar has established itself as a top host of major sporting events following the success of the World Cup and plans to continue the same spirit of sporting excellence that has made Qatar synonymous. We look forward to another great year in tennis,” he added.
Qatar Tennis, Squash and Badminton Federation Secretary General Tariq Darwish Zainal said: The Qatar ExxonMobil Open has long been a leader in promoting a green environment through its activities on and off the court. Our commitment to more sustainable energy use cannot be overemphasized. Sustainability is at the core of our tournament and sports, especially tennis, play a key role in promoting it, so we believe that protecting the environment is everyone’s responsibility. We believe that the synergy with ExxonMobil Qatar will further raise awareness of a more sustainable society. ”
“Our partnership with ExxonMobil Qatar is not just about tennis, but what the organization stands for, especially our commitment to a green society. and ExxonMobil Qatar is a major advocate for this movement.”
ExxonMobil Qatar is also planning three contests for its social media followers on Twitter and Instagram. One of his contests is a trivia contest, running until February 19, where followers can post their answers and win exciting prizes.
The second is a photo contest. Participants will try out sustainability-themed activities at the activation stand, take photos, post using the hashtag #BeTheChange, and tag exxonmobil_qatar to enter a raffle for valuable digital gifts is needed. The third and final competition is Guess to Win, February 22-25.
The Qatar ExxonMobil Open brings together the world’s top players to compete. Confirmed participants include Andy Murray, Alexander Zverev, Andrei Rublev and Daniil Medvedev.
Tickets for the six-day event are available to the public online at www.qaartennis.org and at various locations in Doha.