2023 AFCON Broadcasting Shake-Up: SuperSports Loses Rights to New World TV πŸ“Ί πŸ† ⚽

2023 AFCON Broadcasting Shake-Up: SuperSports Loses Rights to New World TV πŸ“Ί πŸ† ⚽

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Get ready for a game-changing kickoff! Multichoice-owned SuperSports loses its grip on the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations broadcasting rights. New World TV scores big with an $80 million deal, reshaping how fans across Africa will experience the tournament. Who else is stepping up to the plate? Find out below! πŸ“‘πŸ”₯

πŸ” SuperSports, owned by Multichoice, loses rights to air 2023 AFCON matches in major cities across CΓ΄te d'Ivoire. Togo-based New World TV secures the rights with an impressive $80 million deal, dominating CAF's Free-to-Air and Pay-TV coverage till 2025.


🌐 New World TV's breakthrough deal covers various CAF events, including men's and women's Champions League, AFCON, and more. CAF President Motsepe praises it as the largest investment by a Pan-African broadcaster in CAF’s history.


πŸ’‘ AFCON live streaming alternatives surface, with StarTimes Kenya confirming plans and Qatari beIN Sports broadcasting in North Africa and the Gulf. Multichoice might seek a sub-license from New World TV, and Canal+ holds the PayTV French rights in Sub-Saharan Africa.


πŸ“‘ Stay tuned as the kickoff approaches for more broadcasters joining the lineup. CAF emphasizes efforts to ensure millions globally have access to Africa's premier football event. 🌍⚽ πŸ“Ίβœ¨


#AFCON2023 #BroadcastingRevolution #NewWorldTV 


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