Mallorca Championships

June 19–26, 2021

Mallorca becomes part of the ATP tour! That means seven days of world-class men's tennis with greats like Dominic Thiem or Nick Kyrgios. The ATP 250 event with a total of around € 900,000 in prize money will be held outdoors on grass in Santa Ponça.

Just a few days before the legendary lawn tournament in Wimbledon, the professionals in Mallorca have one more opportunity to put their skills to the test on the grass court.

June 03–06, 2021

bett1 is the official main sponsor of the Finals 2021 Berlin | Rhine-Ruhr. At the multi-sport event "Die Finals" 140 German championship titles are determined in 18 different sports. For the first time, the finals will be held over four days at several locations: in Berlin, the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region and in Braunschweig. ARD and ZDF will report in detail – a total of 25 hours of live broadcast are planned for the main program of the two channels.

bett1 managing director Adam Szpyt: “We are pleased to be present with our bett1 brand at the finals in the sports metropolis of Berlin and in the Rhine-Ruhr region as well as extensively in media. The event gives the participating Olympic sports the wide attention they deserve. This event can motivate you to do your own sporting activities and at the same time distinguish the best. We are also pursuing this approach with our extensive tennis commitment, which is the focus of our other sponsoring activities, for which the finals are an exciting and appropriate addition. "

bett1 Official Main Sponsor of the Finals Berlin | Rhine-Ruhr 2021

Photo collage: on the left an archer, in the middle three basketball players, on the right two runners. Photo collage: on the left a man on a climbing wall, in the middle a woman in an outfit for rhythmic gymnastics, on the right a table tennis player.

bett1 Supports the next Generation

Tentaja Hangar1 | Tennis goes school | LTTC „Rot-Weiß“ e. V. | Youth trains

Aside from professional sports, bett1 is committed to the next generation. Above all, children and young people are encouraged to exercise in various projects. Because sport not only has the potential to contribute to a healthy life, it also encourages togetherness – whether as a team or in fair competition.

Photo: A child plays a red tennis ball over the net to another child.

Tentaja Hangar 1

Everyone can play tennis in Hangar1 of the non-profit project Tentaja – a tennis court was specially placed in the hangar for this purpose.

Photo: In the foreground a red bin, in the background children with tennis rackets.

Tennis Goes School

At "Tennis goes School", all Berlin and Brandenburg elementary schools receive free tennis equipment for children on request.

Photo: Three children and an adult juggle a tennis ball on a tennis racket.

LTTC „Rot-Weiß“ e. V. supports the “Young Professionals” of the LTTC “Rot-Weiß” e. V. and realizes the bett1 Kids Cup and the bett1 tennis camps with the association.

Photo: Friederike Sowislo, Managing Director of the German School Sports Foundation, and the star-shaped youth mascot trains for the Olympics & Paralympics.

Youth Trains supports youth trains for the Olympics & Paralympics, the largest school sports competition in the world with around 800,000 participants.

World class tennis in Cologne and that twice in a row: the bett1HULKS make it possible. At the start of the double ATP 250 tournament, with Alexander Zverev, Gaël Monfils, Roberto Bautista Agut, the three-time Grand Slam winner Andy Murray and many more a whole bunch of top-class players appeared. In the end, the German Zverev won both the indoor and championship tournament of the bett1HULKS 2020. Thanks to the free live stream, all tennis enthusiasts could be there live from the first to the last set.

bett1HULKS Indoors

  • October 10-18, 2020
  • Cologne | LANXESS arena
  • free live stream
  • ATP 250 Series
  • € 325,610 prize money
  • hard court
  • 1st place: Alexander Zverev (GER)

HULKS: ATP Double Feature in Cologne

Photo: A game scene from the bett1HULKS tennis tournament above the bett1HULKS logo.
Photo: At the bett1HULKS, two players face each other on the net, the illuminated panel in the arena shows the bett slogan “We are mattress.”.
Photo: The bett1HULKS tennis court in Cologne's LANXESS arena from above.

bett1 ACES: Advantage Berlin

The bett1ACES have revived the Berlin tennis tradition. The mixed invitation tournament brought Dominic Thiem, Elina Svitolina, Julia Görges, the German tennis legend Tommy Haas and many other tennis stars Germany’s capital. The game was played at two historic locations: first on the lawn in the Steffi Graf Stadium on the LTTC "Rot-Weiß" facility, then on a newly created hard court in Hangar 6 of the former Tempelhof Airport. Thanks to the live broadcast on free TV, everyone was able to participate.


  • July 13-19, 2020
  • Berlin | Steffi Graf Stadium / Tempelhof Airport
  • live on TV
  • Replacement tournament for interrupted WTA and ATP Tour
  • € 200,000 in prize money
  • grass court / hard court
  • 1st place women: Anastasija Sevastova (LAT)
  • 1st place men: Dominic Thiem (AUT)
Photo: The Steffi Graf Stadium with red seat covers. Photo: The bett1ACES playing field in Hangar 6 of the former Tempelhof Airport.

Adam Szpyt on the SPONSORs Podcast

On the SPONSORs podcast, managing director Adam Szpyt talks about his motivation for sponsoring. Because with tennis tournaments like the bett1ACES or the bett1HULKS, our involvement in sport has taken on new dimensions. The founder of also talks about the company's history, the hard times. And he has plans for the future.

Sponsor in Winter Sports

As early as the winter of 2017, bett1 appeared for the first time as a sponsor in professional sports. Starting with the FIS World Cup in women's ski jumping, there have been several other disciplines over the years such as the FIS World Cup in Snowboard Cross, the FIS World Cup in Nordic Combined, the Biathlon World Team Challenge at Veltins-Arena in Schalke or the World Cup in cross-country skiing. In the 2018/2019 season, bett1 was also the official partner of ex-biathlete and Olympic champion Laura Dahlmeier. Bett1 will continue to sponsor winter sports in the future.

Winter sports: sponsorship since 2017

  • FIS World Cup Women's Ski Jumping
  • FIS World Cup Snowboard Cross
  • FIS World Cup Nordic Combined
  • FIS World Cup Cross-country Skiing
  • Biathlon World Team Challenge
Photo: A cross-country skier; in the background a perimeter advertisement by bett1.
Photo: A ski jumper in the air; advertising for bett1 on her jersey.
Photo: A ski jumper shouldering her skis; advertising for bett1 on her jersey.
Photo: Six cross-country skiers in the race; advertising for bett1 on her jersey.



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