|Headquarters||Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia|
|Key people||Tony Fernandes, co-founder
Kamarudin Meranun, co-founder
Queens Park Rangers
ASEAN Basketball League
Tune Group Sdn Bhd (or Tune Group Sendirian Berhad, meaning 'private limited') is a leisure and entertainment corporation founded by the Malaysian entrepreneurs Tony Fernandes and Kamarudin Meranun. Tune Group's mission is to provide affordability and accessibility to leisure activities and entertainment, primarily in Asian markets. It does this via its airline, hotel, telecommunication, financial services, sports, media and creative industries subsidiaries. Its subsidiaries include Air Asia, a budget airline, Caterham F1 Team, a Formula 1 team, and QPR, an English football club. Tune Group was the official shirt sponsor of FA match officials until 2013.
Tune Group is a partner of The Football League and the FA Cup. It contracted to partner the Professional Games Match Officials (PGMO) for seven years and ran for three years for the course of the 2010-2011 season.[clarification needed] Previously, PGMO was affiliated with the Tune Group subsidiary AirAsia.
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