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Table Tennis England announces Direct-to-consumer streaming service in partner with Joymo

By Community | September 8, 2022

Table Tennis England has partnered with leading live video platform provider Joymo to launch TTE.TV – a new direct-to-fan streaming service which will broadcast the country’s biggest and best table tennis events. 

Headlined by England national team home matches, the Mark Bates Ltd Senior National Championships, the Senior British League Premier Division and the new SBL Premier Cup, plus exclusive behind-the-scenes content, TTE.TV will be the go-to place for live streaming all year round. 

The initial six-year deal will see Joymo power TTE.TVs streaming infrastructure, technology, subscriber acquisition strategies and customer support enabling table tennis fans in England, and around the world, to watch community and elite table tennis events, live and on-demand, across multiple connected devices.

TTE.TV will free to all members until the end of July 2023. Non-members will be able to subscribe for £4.99 a month or £49.99 a year. Pay-per-view options will also be available.

Commenting on the agreement, Adrian Christy, Chief Executive of Table Tennis England, said: “This is a really exciting moment for Table Tennis England and for members, fans and participants of the sport across the country.

“It’s our firm belief that a new digital home for the sport will allow us to bring table tennis closer to even more fans as we serve great content and more live events. We have an ambition to enable greater visibility of table tennis and access to new followers of the sport who can watch grass roots and elite competitions and deepen their bond with the sport from day one. 

“The direction of travel is clear when it comes to consumer viewing habits, and we want to ensure that Table Tennis England is at the forefront – creating more opportunities for people to connect and engage with the sport. This will, in turn, excite more people to play table tennis, bring fans closer to our players, help us with our elite-level ambitions and inspire more medal-winning performances.”

Mike Emery, CEO of Joymo, added: “We are delighted that Table Tennis England, after a thorough procurement process, has selected Joymo to power their live streaming ambitions. We are excited to be partnering with another forward-thinking sports federation that understands the immediate opportunity that D2C streaming offers, as well as the broader potential that owning and developing direct relationships with your fans will provide.  

“Consumers are streaming more content than ever before, and it is proven to drive higher levels of engagement and greater audience reach. IP creation and ownership of first-party data is going to be absolutely key for sports organisations moving forwards and Joymo is committed to working with rights holders to provide a cost-effective entry point so that more sports can realise the benefits of direct-to-fan streaming services.” 

The deal with Table Tennis England follows other long-term commitments for Joymo with Basketball Ireland and British Weight Liftingsigned earlier this year, as rights holders increasingly recognise the direct-to-fan opportunities that exist for their sports.

Founded in Norway in late-2017, Joymo provides rights holders with an innovative and affordable OTT solution, enabling them to create their own monetisable IP by broadcasting their valuable content direct-to-fans and connecting their events and competitions with a global audience. 

Joymo’s unique model enables rights holders to retain full ownership of their data, control on-page and in-vision advertising, and utilise in-built micropayment functionality that provides a safe and secure monetisation opportunity.

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