Bornan Sports Technologies will assist the OCA with IT and digital platform solutions ©OCA

The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) has signed an agreement to make Bornan Sports Technologies its official information and technology solutions provider.

The Swiss company will be supporting the OCA during the Asian Games in Aichi and Nagoya in 2026 and all future editions of the Games thereafter.

The exclusive partner will be providing OCA and the Organising Committees with IT and digital platform solutions.

These are expected to include the Games' management system, result-management system, OCA channel, online store and overlay of virtual TV graphics.

Standardising IT solutions across all editions of the Asian Games was the main reason why OCA decided to partner with Bornan, according to OCA director general Husain Al-Musallam.

"We are delighted to be part of the OCA family in this long-term agreement to address the digital transformation of the Asian Games," said Mohammed Khalifa Al-Sawaidi, chairman of Bornan.  

The 19th and next edition of the Asian Games is set to be held in Hangzhou in China from September 10 to 25 this year.

The OCA already has three further hosts in place after that.

Following Aichi-Nagoya 2026, Qatari capital Doha is set to stage the 2030 edition and Saudi Arabia's capital Riyadh is the 20234 host.