EVA Air president Clay Sun and other executives attended the game to mark the official partnership between the airline and football club.
Ahead of the match, Sun met with David Gold, joint chairman of West Ham United and Karren Brady, vice chairman of West Ham United to officially celebrate the partnership.
To mark this first home game, EVA Air offered fans the opportunity to win two business class round-trip tickets from London Heathrow to Bangkok, which were presented to the lucky winners at half time.
Sun said: “We are delighted to be partnering with West Ham United this year and to attend this important first home match of the season.
“We’re a proud supporter of sports and this cooperation allows us to further extend this across our network.
“We look forward to working closely with the club over the coming season and offering fans exciting competitions and special offers to enjoy EVA’s quality service.
“We wish West Ham United Football Club all the best for the coming season.”
West Ham lost the match, against Bournemouth FC, 1-2.