The Teqball was developed by Hungarians, Gábor Borsányi, Viktor Dénes Huszár and György Gattyán. The creative brainchild behind Teqball is Gábor Borsányi, who used to play football a lot on outdoor concrete ping-pong tables. Because of the horizontal design of the ping-pong table, the ball often did not bounce in a way that made the game enjoyable. Hence the realisation that if the table top were bent, the curve could help the ball get to the foot as well as make the movement of the ball more interesting. After several years of development, the inventors created the first Teqball table, intended to be a final version, in 2014, and that’s when this Hungarian success story started its world conquest.