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Television

DSport partners Nodwin to broadcast Indian eSports league

DSport has partnered Nodwin Gaming to showcase the flagship esports tournament in the country – ESL India Premiership.

BCCI to release IPL media rights tender on 21 July

Even as BJP MP Subramanian Swamy had moved the Supreme Court demanding e-auction of IPL media rights, the BCCI has reiterated that the tender process is the best approach to sell the rights.

Vivo Pro Kabaddi ups prize money to Rs 8 crore

Vivo Pro Kabaddi has announcement a consolidated sum of Rs 80 mn as the coveted prize money for the fifth season. This marks a significant increment from Rs 20 mn, which was the prize money scheme for season four of the league in 2016.

Premier Futsal’s new investors and plans to make it bigger this season

Premier Futsal, which has Sony as the broadcaster, will take place in Dubai from the semi-final stage to broaden the league’s appeal.

Star’s FTA sports channel to debut on Freedish on 21 July

Star Sports First will feature sports content including kabaddi, cricket, badminton and boxing. It will include Pro Kabaddi League, BCCI domestic cricket tournaments and domestic football tournament.

Super Boxing League ropes in celebrities as team owners

Suniel Shetty along with Rana Daggubati of Baahubali fame is the co-owner of Bahubali Boxers, the team from South India.

Star Sports launches campaign for Ultimate Table Tennis

Fashioned around the theme, ‘See Champions, Be Champions’, the film showcases edgy TT action.

WWE Network to exclusively stream Mae Young Classic Women’s tournament

The first four episodes will be available on demand from 28 August whereas episodes five to eight will be available on demand from 4 September. The final match will stream live from Las Vegas on 12 September at 7.30 pm.

Indo–Bangla semi-final notches 4.15 cr impressions; Star Sports 1 Hindi becomes No. 2 channel in Wk 24

Star Sports 1 Hindi became the No. 2 channel across genres in Week 24 with 69.3 cr impressions. It was also the most-watched sports channel, followed by Star Sports 1, which garnered 41.1 cr impressions.

Sony ropes in five sponsors for Indo–West Indies series

The broadcaster will have two language feeds for the series. Sony Six and Sony Six HD will air the English feed while Ten 3 and Ten 1 HD will have the Hindi feed. Sony Liv will live-stream the series.