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Asian Surf Co.

The Asian Surf Cooperative is a professional surfing organization with 13 years of experience in organizing, managing and supporting surfing events around the Asian region, from local boardriders club competitions to WSL World Championship Tour events.

Our Service

Reliable. Affordable.

The Asian Surf Cooperative provides event management, live scoring, ISA certified Judges, contest director, digital photography and videography, event media packages, rankings, media coverage and distribution, and also assist the ISA in organizing Surf and SUP Instructor and International Judging courses.

Scoring Operation & Operator

Our computerized judging system includes the computer with the scoring system and a set of tablets for the judges. You can choose between Live and Non Live scoring system. The Live system is powered by our partner LiveHeats. Live Scoring, Live Scheduling and Live Results are available online at LiveHeats. You can also use the online registration and payment system and build your own ranking system if you want to create a tour or a series of events.

Contest Director / Judges / Beach Announcer

The ASC provides ISA certified judges included a Head Judge. You can choose from a 3 to 5 judges panel. Our judges have many years of judging experience and they currently judge on WSL Asia Regional Qualifying Series Events. The ASC can also provide Beach Commentary personnel. They are familiar not only with the Asian surfers but are also expert surfers with experience on WSL events.

Media Services

The ASC media team has more than 15 years of experience in producing high quality land, water and aerial digital imagery under time sensitive media deadlines. Video Highlights, Digital Photos, Press Releases, the ASC delivers the media outputs through its various media channels and media partners.

News Spotlights

Wildcard Rio Waida (IDN) may have taken out the heat of his career so far, defeating two-time WSL Champion Gabriel Medina (BRA) and CT Rookie Deivid Silva (BRA) in their Round 1 matchup. Fresh off an equal third-place finish at the 2018 World Junior Championship, the 19-year-old Indonesian had his opportunity to perform on the big stage today and he capitalized on the opportunity. Waida’s intimate knowledge of Keramas was evident as the low tide conditions made things tough for the internationals who struggled to fire.

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