StarTimes acquires broadcast rights for UEFA Nations League 2020/21 season

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Pay-TV operator StarTimes has acquired broadcast rights for the 2020/21 UEFA Nations League scheduled to begin on 3rd September.

The Chinese electronics and media company with a strong presence in Africa seized transmission rights across all media platforms including its self-produced sports channels and StarTimes ON streaming platform in all countries across sub-Saharan Africa.

“With the Euro 2020 having been postponed, we are very excited to air the UEFA Nations League this being the only national team event this year. All European football stars will be there and we can expect a great football show.”

said Mr Aldrine Nsubuga, the Regional Marketing Director of StarTimes.

The UEFA Nations League is an international football competition that takes places every two years, contested by the senior men’s national teams of the member associations of UEFA, the sport’s European governing body. 

This year’s event marks its second edition since it started, with hosts Portugal that defeated Netherlands 1-0 in the previous cup finals.

This is a major milestone for Startimes and we look forward to reporting more on this achievement.

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