Vivo will be playing a crucial role throughout the entire tournament 

Vivo, in addition to its mobile phone supply, will play a crucial role in capturing and sharing the highlight moments of the Asian Games using its top-end mobile devices. The inclusion of esports events in the upcoming Hangzhou Asian Games further enhances the international recognition and significance of the thriving esports ecosystem.

“We are greatly looking forward to partnering with vivo on the occasion of the 100-day countdown to Hangzhou Asian Games. We believe that together with vivo's extensive experience in sports event cooperation and its commitment to meeting users’ needs with innovative technology products, we can effectively make strong connection with people and promote this event together,” said Mr Mao Genhong during the ceremony.

Jia Jingdong presented vivo X90s and iQOO 11S, the latest flagship phones which are set to enter the Chinese market soon. He said, “The 19th Asian Games showcases the cultural and sporting charm of Hangzhou to Asia and the whole world. As the Games’ Official Exclusive Supplier of Mobile Phones and Official Esports Gaming Phones, vivo and iQOO will bring professional imaging technology and ultimate esports experience, helping promote the unity of sports and celebrating this grand occasion.”

The Asian Games 2022, which were initially planned for September of this year, have been rescheduled to take place from September 23 to October 8, 2023, as announced by the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) on Tuesday.

The decision to postpone the Asian Games was made in May due to the widespread transmission of COVID-19 in and around the host city of Hangzhou, China. The quadrennial event, originally slated for September 10 to 25, 2022, had to be rescheduled to ensure the safety and well-being of all participants and attendees.