Broadcast Broadcasting Hong Kong Now tv SPOTV

SPOTV Expands Its Reach In Hong Kong With NOW TV Launch

By Community | March 2, 2022

Eclat Media Group has announced its distribution deal for SPOTV into Hong Kong with  broadcast partner PCCW. Both channels, SPOTV and SPOTV 2 will launch live on 1  March on PCCW’s Pay TV platform, Now TV. 

Sports fans in Hong Kong will now be able to watch their sporting heroes compete on  SPOTV and get to enjoy front row seats to international sporting events such as BWF  World Tour & Major Events, FIM MotoGP World Championships, FIM World Superbike  Championships, World Table Tennis, The Open Championships (Golf Major),  Wimbledon and US Open (Tennis Grand Slams). Additionally, they can also catch the  latest K-wave of popular sports, including the Korean Baseball League (KBO) and  Korean Basketball League (KBL) and V.League from Japan. 

“We are delighted to partner with Hong Kong’s leading provider of premium content,  Now TV, which paves an important step for SPOTV’s growth in Hong Kong. We are  pleased that the avid sports fans and Now TV subscribers will be able to enjoy and  experience world-class sporting actions through this partnership. With our growing  content, Now TV subscribers can also expect to get more premium sports content in the  coming months.” said Mr Lee Choong Khay (CK), CEO of SPOTV. 

Mr. Derek Choi, Head of Pay TV, HKT, said, “Now TV is committed to presenting world class sports events to Hong Kong viewers. We are excited to collaborate with leading  sports network SPOTV to further expand our sports content offering. In addition to  tennis Grand Slams and MotoGP, SPOTV also features many sports events that Hong  Kong athletes participate in, such as BWF World Tour and World Table Tennis. We look  forward to working closely with SPOTV to provide more premium sports actions for  the local audience.” 

This launch in Hong Kong further expands and adds to SPOTV’s distribution network  which is currently broadcast in Southeast Asia and selected East Asia territories such  as Macau and Mongolia.

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