PCCW (Hong Kong)

Hong Kong telco PCCW has renewed its agreement with pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports for coverage of Uefa club competitions until the end of the 2023-24 season

The Hong Kong government told SportBusiness Media this week that its acquisition of Tokyo 2020 rights was a one-off prompted by the extreme financial pressures placed on broadcasters by the pandemic.

The Premier League has launched the second phase of its anti-piracy fight in Hong Kong and Malaysia

Hong Kong media group PCCW Media has announced its acquisition of exclusive rights in the territory to the Uefa Euro 2020 national team football tournament

Uefa, European football’s governing body, is thought to be close to a deal with telco PCCW for Euro 2020 rights in Hong Kong.

The value of Premier League rights in Hong Kong more than halved in the deal agreed last week with PCCW Media, owner of the Now TV pay-television service

Telco PCCW has acquired exclusive rights to the English Premier League in Hong Kong in a new three-season deal, from 2019-20 to 2021-22

Pay-television operator i-Cable and telco PCCW last week agreed to share Uefa Champions League rights in Hong Kong from 2018-19

The Infront agency has already exceeded its guarantee to Fifa for rights to the 2018 and 2022 World Cups across Asia with rights to the 2022 tournament still to sell in all but its most-valuable market, China, TV Sports Markets understands.

Hong Kong telco PCCW has agreed a partnership with pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports that will provide coverage of the Spanish LaLiga club football league through a new co-branded channel

Digital streaming service LeSports has sold on its Fifa World Cup 2018 rights in Hong Kong at a significant discount as it plans to cease operations in the territory.

Hong Kong telecommunications company PCCW has acquired non-exclusive rights for the Uefa Euro 2016 national football team tournament.

Chinese internet company LeTV Sports’s acquisition of English Premier League rights in Hong Kong is indicative of the company’s international ambitions.

Hong Kong telecommunications company PCCW has retained exclusive live rights to LaLiga, the top division of Spanish football.

French telecommunications company Orange is set to enter into exclusive talks to sell a 49 per cent stake in video-sharing platform Dailymotion to Hong Kong-based telecommunications group PCCW, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Pay-television platform i-Cable paid a significant increase to retain rights amid stiff competition for the Uefa Champions League in Hong Kong.

The acquisition last week by Hong Kong broadcaster TVB of the rights to the 2016 Olympic Games underlines the determination of the broadcaster to protect its dominant position in free-to-air television while making inroads into the pay-television market.