LIFElabs Philanthropy Cryptocurrency Gets British Masters Golf Tournament Sponsorship
British Masters Golf Tournament Signs on Crypto Startup Sponsor
As the crypto industry continues to develop, it is expected that more companies will make mainstream appearances and now it looks like a crypto startup will officially sponsor a professional golf competition in the United Kingdom.
LIFElabs, a crypto startup company focused on philanthropy, joins Adidas, Ladbrokers and TaylorMade as one of the main sponsors of the Sky Sports British Masters golf competition.
As part of this sponsorship, the company will hold a contest in which the first player to hit a hole-in-hole will win $10,000 GBP with more $10,000 GBP to be split between the Cancer Research UK and the research awareness facility. The tournament will happen from October 11 to October 14 and it will be hosted by Justin Rose, a 2013 U. S. Open champion.
Max Hamilton, the head of commercial partnerships of the European Tour, which organized the event, has stated that he was delighted with LIFElabs becoming a sponsor of the event and that this is a progressive business move for both the companies. The CEO of LIFElabs, Luke Chittock, has agreed and said that the company is interested in investing in the future of the humanity.
According to the CEO of LIFElabs, the partnership happened because this is an innovative brand with eyes fixed on the future. Because of this, the LIFElabs and British Masters are looking to make a real difference in people’s lives.