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Abema sublicenses Premier League rights in Japan from SPOTV
Japanese streaming platform Abema will show 114 live matches from the English Premier League during the upcoming 2022-23 season under a sublicensing deal with sports streaming service SPOTV Now, the master…
SPOTV lands exclusive rights to the US Masters in eight markets across Southeast Asia
Pan-regional sports broadcaster SPOTV has secured exclusive rights to the US Masters golf tournament in eight markets across Southeast Asia as part of a one-year deal with the Augusta National Golf Club
UFC value to treble in Korea as streaming manoeuvres continue
The sharp increase in the UFC’s value was driven by two rounds of competitive bidding between CJ, Eclat and a third bidder understood to be a local agency.
SPOTV mobile streaming app rolled out in Southeast Asian markets
Pan-regional sports broadcaster SPOTV has launched a mobile streaming app. SPOTV Now will provide live and on-demand access to linear pay-television channels SPOTV and SPOTV2 across Southeast Asia
SPOTV strikes distribution deal with PCCW
Asian pan-regional sports broadcaster SPOTV has agreed a distribution deal with Hong Kong telco PCCW
Ambitious Eclat sends Premier League fees up in Japan and Korea
Eclat retains Premier League in South Korea and snatches rights from DAZN in Japan, paying big increases in both deals.
Formula E strikes 15-market deal with SPOTV, secures Indonesian agreement
Eclat Media Group has acquired rights to the Formula E World Championship in 15 markets across the Asia-Pacific region, in a two-year deal with the electric car racing series covering 2022 and 2023
Eclat strikes Tata deal to enable local-language commentary on SPOTV
South Korea's Eclat Media Group has struck an agreement with Indian firm Tata Communications that will allow the broadcaster to provide local-language commentary on its pan-regional pay-television network
BWF benefits from pan-regional battle in Apac but value drops in Malaysia
Competition between budding pan-regional players SPOTV and Eleven helped the Badminton World Federation increase the value of its media-rights in a string of Asia-Pacific markets in a recent deal.
EXCLUSIVE: Premier League secures rights-fee increases in Japan, Korea as Eclat expands again
Eclat Media Group has acquired English Premier League media rights in Japan and South Korea for the next cycle, beginning 2022-23, SportBusiness understands
Post-Fox Sports Asia landscape emerges as SPOTV and beIN snap up rights
A volley of rights sales this year reallocated properties formerly held by pan-regional broadcaster Fox Sports Asia and began shaping a new sports broadcasting landscape in Asia-Pacific.
Eclat secures three-year deal for Open rights in APAC
Eclat Media Group has continued its effort to replace Fox Sports as the dominant pay-television broadcaster in Asia-Pacific, acquiring exclusive rights to The Open Championship across the region in a three-year deal.
Outlast agency to sell SPOTV advertising
SPOTV, the new pan-regional, Asia-Pacific sports broadcaster, has appointed Outlast Sports & Entertainment, the Singapore-based sports marketing agency, to sell regional and local advertising, along with…
CK Lee leaving Astro to lead SPOTV in Southeast Asia
Experienced sports television executive Lee Choong Khay (CK) is leaving Malaysian pay-television broadcaster Astro to become chief executive at the new Southeast Asian, pan-regional sports broadcaster…
Eclat’s US Open deal confirmed amid Apac tennis rights battle
Eclat Media Group has added to the growing sports portfolio for its new pan-regional SPOTV platform in Asia-Pacific with a five-year deal for US Open grand slam tennis rights, from 2022 to 2026, covering…
Singapore’s StarHub agrees deal for SPOTV channels
Singaporean telco StarHub has agreed a carriage deal for the new pan-regional, Southeast Asia SPOTV sports pay-television channels
Singtel announces SPOTV deal, reveals Open and WTT rights
Singaporean telco Singtel has officially announced its carriage deal with SPOTV, the new pan-regional sports pay-television broadcaster in Asia-Pacific