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Fox Sports Asia scores Serie A rights

Pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports Asia has agreed an exclusive, multi-year rights agreement to broadcast Italian Serie A football matches in Singapore and Malaysia.

The agreement, which covers both linear and digital media, commenced at the weekend with matches broadcast live on the Fox Sports and Fox Sports 2 channels. Fans in Singapore can also watch the action on video-streaming service Fox+, which is available through telcos Singtel and StarHub.

In addition to the live and repeat broadcasts of matches, Fox Sports will also feature ‘Inside Serie A’, a 30-minute preview show for the upcoming round of fixtures, as well as two highlights shows – ‘Serie A Highlights Show’ and ‘Serie A Full Impact’.

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