The Netball Super League announced streaming service Sooka as its title sponsor for the upcoming second season, which would be officially called sooka NSL 2022.
The four-week competition would be played from June 3rd to 26th at the Juara Stadium and see KL Wildcats defend their title against seven other teams: Johor Jewels, Selangor Angels, Perak Phoenix, Melaka Mystic, Negeri Sembilan Venom, Kedah Sunshine and Pahang Tulips.
Ti Lian Ker, Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports, was among those who were present at the sooka NSL 2022's official launch in Bukit Jalil on Wednesday.
"We're proud to see the collaboration to elevate netball in Malaysia through NSL, which champions the participation of more women in sports and in particular, netball.
"It has become the best platform to discover new netball talent in each state, attracting and giving more opportunities to younger players to play in the professional arena," he said.
Malaysian Netball Association President Alwiyah Talib added: "We look forward to having fans join us at sooka NSL for the first time, enlivening the atmosphere and lifting the spirits of teams playing at Juara Stadium.
"This season will be more challenging for teams with a new round robin format where all teams will face each other once, making it more entertaining for fans. Young and energetic players in teams will get to test their skills and challenge seasoned national players, while the introduction of foreign import players makes for more exciting gameplay.
"sooka NSL 2022 is also a good opportunity for our national players to get themselves ready for the Asian Netball Championships in September, leading to Netball World Cup qualifiers in October."
NSL also announced local clothing brand Kaki Jersey as the official apparel and KrupKrup Malaysia as the official snack, along with the continued support of Kosmo! as the official media partner and ERA as the official radio.