Media rights deals have been struck by the Infront agency in Singapore and Myanmar for this year's Fifa World Cup, with telco StarHub and pay-television broadcaster SkyNet, respectively
Singaporean telecoms operators Singtel and StarHub are in talks to acquire rights to the 2022 Fifa World Cup
Australian telecoms operator Optus has acquired exclusive rights to Spain’s LaLiga in a 'multi-year' contract.
Singaporean telco StarHub yesterday (Wednesday) unveiled its pricing and packaging for English Premier League coverage from next season onwards
Singapore telco StarHub has acquired non-exclusive media rights covering the 2022 Formula One season. StarHub will show all races this season live on its linear channels and streaming platform
Telco StarHub made a dramatic move for market leadership in sports broadcasting in Singapore today (Monday), announcing a six-season deal for English Premier League rights
Singaporean telco Singtel has officially announced its carriage deal with SPOTV, the new pan-regional sports pay-television broadcaster in Asia-Pacific
Telco Singtel has acquired rights in Singapore for Formula 1, previously held by pan-regional sports broadcaster Fox Sports Asia, which shut down on October 1
Singapore telco StarHub has acquired broadcast rights to mixed martial arts promotion the Ultimate Fighting Championship
The English Premier League has launched its ‘Boot Out Piracy’ campaign in Singapore for the first time, highlighting the increased risks of cybercrime through watching illegal, pirated video content.
Pay-per-view streaming platform LIVENow has acquired media rights in Singapore for next season’s English Premier League in a sublicensing deal with telco Singtel.
Five broadcast deals have been agreed in the Asia-Pacific region for the semi-finals and final of the 2020 Canadian Elite Basketball League Summer Series tournament
The Walt Disney Company's Indian streaming platform Disney Plus Hotstar has appointed former Google executive Sunil Rayan as president and head
Telecommunications companies Singtel, AIS and SK Telecom have formed a joint venture to create an esports platform targeting 800 million Asian gamers
Southeast Asia's first franchise-based mobile esports league, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Indonesia (MPL-ID), has agreed an eight-country media-rights deal with esports pay-television…