Chinese internet company Sina Sports has renewed a digital rights agreement for the US Masters ahead of this year’s edition of the golf major.
Coverage will be provided across all Sina platforms for the seventh year in a row. As well as live action, coverage will include news reports, highlights, on-demand videos and player interviews. Coverage will be available in both English and Chinese.
China’s Haotong Li will be among the players competing in the first major of the year next month, at Augusta National in Georgia from April 8-14. The 23-year-old finished in a tie for 32nd on his Masters debut in 2018.