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ASSETERUM CRYPTO CURRENCY IS THE MAIN SPONSOR FOR 2018 WORLD SENIORS CHAMPIONSHIPS
We are delighted to announce Asseterum Crypto Currency as the Main sponsor for 2018 World Seniors Championships which will be held at The Baths Hall in Scunthorpe between the 20th and 24th March 2018.
Assetereum is a Yorkshire based company who have had huge success in the utilities and online shopping sector, 1986 World Snooker Champion Joe Johnson is an advisor to the board
and they are keen to make their crypto currency affordable for anyone. You can own some of their crypto coin for as little as £10 when it launches tomorrow.
As well as being the title sponsor they are awarding 10,000 Assetereum crypto currency coins to the winner and 5000 to the runner up. They will also multiply the highest break made at the
championships by 30 and convert that into their crypto currency coin.
Jason Francis, creator of the World Seniors Snooker Tour said
“delighted to have Assetereum on board, to my knowledge the first global sporting event that has been sponsored by a crypto currency. The addition of their coins to the prize fund could see this grow to be the largest snooker prize ever!”
Andy Papaiacovou, CEO, said
“We are delighted to be the sponsors of such a fantastic event and hope this is just the beginning of a long term association with the World Seniors Snooker Tour. I have been an avid snooker fan since childhood and I am looking forward to seeing these great legends of the game battle it out again”
Stephen Hendry said
“I’d like to welcome Assetereum as our title sponsor for the World Seniors Championships in Scunthorpe. It’s the first time a crypto currency has been added to the winner’s prize. I wish them all the best with their launch tomorrow”
The winner of the Asseterum World Seniors title gets £10,000, 5000 crypto coins and a place in the 2018 World Professional Snooker Championship Qualifiers where they are 3 matches from
To find out about Assetereum and see how you can own some crypto coin for as little as £10 go to