Rajawali Citra Televisi Indonesia (RCTI) has acquired rights in its home country for the AFF Football Championship, a national team tournament organised by the Asean Football Federation.
The Asia-focused One Championship mixed martial arts series has agreed a rights deal with Indonesian free-to-air broadcaster SCTV.
The IMG agency has agreed a deal with Uefa to exclusively sell and distribute the Indonesian rights to a host of upcoming national team tournaments organised by football’s European governing body.
The Professional Squash Association has extended deals with broadcast partners in Malaysia, Indonesia and the Indian sub-continent.
Media company CSI Sports has signed carriage deals for its Fight Sports pay-television channel in Portugal, Indonesia and Nepal, and extended an agreement with Singaporean pay-television broadcaster Singtel.
International Games Broadcast Services has been appointed as host broadcaster of next year’s Asian Games, which will take place in Jakarta and Palembang in Indonesia.
The Asian Football Confederation has said it will continue to work with the Saudi Arabian Football Federation and the United Arab Emirates Football Association to ensure the uninterrupted broadcast of AFC Champions League and Fifa World Cup qualifying matches in a bid to protect its commercial rights amid the ongoing situation concerning rights-holder, Qatar-based pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports.