FPT TV (FPT Television) will exclusively broadcast PFL content including group stage, play-offs and championship matches, and side programs produced by PFL Stuidos.
The Professional Fighters League (PFL) today announced the partnership with FPT TV, Vietnam’s leading television content provider, to become the exclusive content distributor for PFL season 2021.
FPT Television will broadcast all PFL events including group stage, play-off round, championship round, Vietnamese users will have the opportunity to enjoy MMA matches that are not broadcast widely for the first time. official content or related content.
“The cooperation with FPT Television is a testament to the very high demand for MMA content in Asia” – Mr. Peter Murray, CEO of PFL shared. “PFL is known by more than 550 million fans globally for its distinctive seasonal playstyle, its talented team of boxers, and high-quality broadcast content.”
In addition to exciting events, FPT Television will also bring side programs produced by PFL Studios – Professional Fighters League (PFL) MMA-related content unit on all platforms. platforms include TV, digital, and mobile.
FPT Television is the leading sports television content provider in Vietnam, such as cooperation packages with Serie A – Italian National Football Championship and international matches within the European football federation. Asia (AFC). FPT is also the pioneer in using pay television technology (IPTV) in Vietnam, providing customers with diversified entertainment facilities with high interaction with users.
PFL’s 2021 season will kick off April 23 on ESPN 2, ESPN Deporters and ESPN + airing on prime time in the US. In Vietnam, FPT TV users can enjoy the content of the PFL 2021 season exclusively on FPT Play app and Foxy app at the same time with American audience. The next group stage events will take place on April 29, May 6, June 10, June 17, and June 25 respectively.
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