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SBD Global/October 17, 2013/Media
Fox Int'l Channels Acquires Rights To Broadcast French Open In More Than 20 Asian Territories
Published October 17, 2013
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Fox Int'l Channels Asia announced that it has secured a new multi-year contract for the exclusive rights to broadcast the French Open across 20 territories in Asia. The tournament will be showcased on Fox Sports' networks across multiple platforms including TV, broadband, mobile and IPTV. Under this comprehensive agreement, fans can view more than 80 hours of live tennis action from Roland Garros Stadium from May onward and will also have an opportunity to watch multiple games played on different courts concurrently across Fox Sports' various platforms. Territories include: Malaysia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, China, Cambodia, South Korea, DPR Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam, Myanmar, Brunei, Laos, Papua New Guinea, East Timor, Fiji, Mongolia, the Pacific Islands and Singapore, from May '16 onward (FIC).