Singapore – Following the announcements of distribution agreements with StarHub Go and M1, ELEVEN SPORTS NETWORK has effectively secured nationwide distribution of the network’s premium sports content in Singapore.
In addition to ELEVEN SPORTS – the network’s own digital streaming platform available at www.elevensports.sg and via the app – yesterday’s significant agreements mean ELEVEN’s action-packed channels are now available on the three largest telcos in Singapore; Singtel TV, StarHub and M1, and additionally on MediaCorp’s Toggle platform after launching back in June, ahead of the UEFA EURO 2016 tournament.
Other than Singtel TV – where Eleven Plus is part of Mio Stadium, and the Eleven and Eleven Plus are offered in the Sports Pack – ELEVEN SPORTS NETWORK’s channels are additionally available as standalone over-the-top (OTT) offerings on all other partner platforms, with prices from just $19.90 per month.
Subscribers to any of ELEVEN’s partner platforms will have access to three channels – Eleven, Eleven Sports and Eleven Plus, which gives them a front-row seat to world-class sports action, including LIVE coverage of every major domestic football league and cup competition in England.
In addition to three LIVE and three delayed Premier League matches per week, subscribers can enjoy LIVE and EXCLUSIVE coverage of the Emirates FA Cup, FA Community Shield, English Football League and English Football League (EFL) Cup over the course of the new season, which kicked-off on 13 August.
ELEVEN’s LIVE coverage of the 2016/17 Premier League season will begin with reigning champions Leicester City’s away match at newly-promoted Hull City, with other LIVE games including Pep Guardiola’s first match in charge of Manchester City against Sunderland, and AFC Bournemouth at home to José Mourinho’s Manchester United.
Besides being the Home of English football, ELEVEN also carries LIVE and EXCLUSIVE football content from the Italian Serie A TIM, Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, Scottish Professional Football League, CONMEBOL 2018 World Cup Russia qualifiers, and England’s international home friendlies as well as badminton, baseball, basketball, squash, table tennis and tennis events from around the world.