MadCup is back, OWQLO is back

Introducing OWQLO at the official presentation of MadCup 2022, with the special collaboration of José Manuel Calderón.

Like all good things in life, constructive collaborations should not end: that is why OWQLO partners with MadCup again in its 2022 edition. And this was manifested in the official presentation of the tournament that took place this February at the Wanda Metropolitano, where OWQLO presented its participation in the tournament.

But the technological partner has not been limited to that but rather brings novelties that will make a difference with last year and with any other international grassroots football tournament. In addition to the functionalities that could already be experienced in the last edition, where OWQLO was top 3 in the App Download Stores and received a 5-star rating by MadCup users, there are new features coming this year. Thereupon, both hotel reservations and travel reservations can be managed through OWQLO, facilitating all participating families’ coordination.

After the success we encountered last year, we couldn’t be more excited to enjoy this magnificent event this year.




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