Sports fans in Indonesia can now enjoy the world’s most popular sporting events at their fingertips with the launch of SPOTV NOW, Business News

JAKARTA, INDONESIA – Media OutReach – April 1, 2022 – Leading regional sports network SPOTV today announced the launch of the SPOTV NOW mobile app – bringing sports fans in Indonesia closer to the biggest and most popular sporting events in the world. world. This follows the app’s launch in Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and the Philippines last month.

SPOTV NOW broadcasts, live and on-demand, world-class events broadcast on the sports network’s regional linear pay-TV channels, SPOTV and SPOTV2.

Sports fans in Indonesia can catch top riders like Marc Márquez, Fabio Quartararo, local Moto3 rider Mario Aji battling for victory in the adrenaline-charged MotoGPTM and WorldSBK World Championships, the amazing shots of local badminton stars Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo and Marcus Fernaldi Gideon in the BWF World Tour & Major Events, as well as sporting hero highlights in Grand Slam tennis – Wimbledon and US Open Tennis Championships, among other prestigious events.

Mr. Lee Choong Khay (CK), CEO of SPOTV, said: “We are very excited to bring premium content from some of the world’s most popular sporting events, right to the fingertips of sports fans in Indonesia. With the recent launch of SPOTV NOW in Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and the Philippines, we now welcome Indonesian sports fans to the SPOTV NOW family. Indonesian sports fans will be able to choose what they like to watch. It also offers the front row experience of watching their sports events, teams and favorite heroes, whenever they want, wherever they are Through the mobile app, we aim to delight sports fans in Indonesia with the electrifying experience of watching a great game and at the same time, provide them with a way to relive some of the sport’s exhilarating moments with our on-demand In the coming months, subscribers will be able to enjoy exclusive content only available through SPOTV NOW.”

First launched in South Korea in 2017, SPOTV NOW has become the country’s leading sports OTT platform. The popular app was also recently launched in Japan.

CK added, “Through our growing presence in Indonesia, first with our sports network SPOTV which launched last year, and now the mobile app, we hope to bring sports fever to the country, especially in popular sports such than motorsport and badminton, to a whole Our strategy is to bring more localized and relevant content to our subscribers in each market, bringing them closer to their unique sports culture and strengthening the connection between sports fans. near future, we will bring SPOTV NOW to Thailand.”

SPOTV NOW can be downloaded from Google Play Store or App Store.

Sporting events* on SPOTV and SPOTV2
FIM MotoGP™ World Championships MotoGP

FIM Superbike World Championships

Badminton World Federation Tour and Major Events

World Table Tennis Events

Korean Baseball League

V.League Japan (Volleyball)

FIA Formula E

All year
The Masters (Golf) April 2022
Wimbledon June 2022
The Open Championships (Golf) July 2022
US Open (Tennis) August 2022

* line up subject to change.

About SPOTTV

A subsidiary of the South Korean group Eclat Media, SPOTV is headquartered in Singapore. Founded in October 2021, SPOTV has two regional pay-TV channels, SPOTV and SPOTV2, which air in several Southeast Asian territories and some East Asian territories such as Indonesia (First Media, MNC Vision, K-Vision, UseeTV, MAXstream), Malaysia (Astro, Unifi TV), Philippines (Skycable), Singapore (Singtel TV, StarHub TV), Thailand (True Visions), Macao (Macau Cable TV) and Mongolia (Univision).

Both channels broadcast content such as the Wimbledon Grand Slam and US Open tennis tournaments, MotoGP motorsport championshipsMT and WorldSBK, World Table Tennis and Badminton Federation events, as well as popular Asian sports including Korea Baseball League (KBO), Korea Basketball League (KBL) and V.League competition Japan (Volleyball).

The app, SPOTV NOW, is available in South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Indonesia.

SPOTV aims to be an inclusive and dynamic platform that deeply engages Asian sports fans.

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