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Iflix and beIN strike football partnership in Asian markets

Online streaming service iflix has agreed a partnership with pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports that will deliver live English Premier League and Spanish LaLiga football to its customers in Cambodia, as well as highlights in a number of other Asian markets.

Iflix subscribers in Cambodia will be able to watch live Premier League and LaLiga matches via the newly-launched beIN Sports 1 and beIN Sports 2 channels on iflix, with a catch-up service also available.

Additionally, same-day match highlights for the Premier League in Cambodia, Indonesia and Thailand; as well as LaLiga and French Ligue 1 games in these three countries plus Malaysia and Brunei will be provided through a beIN Sports-branded service for free.

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