MultiChoice Increases Sports Access For Subscribers To Relive Moments As COVID-19 Stops Live Matches
Due to the cancellation of further live sport actions due to the COVID-19 outbreak, MultiChoice is offering subscribers more access to subscribers to relive some iconic sporting moments of the past.
MultiChoice is a South African company that operates the DStv Satellite Television service, a major satellite TV service in Sub-Saharan Africa. Its customer base is spread across 50 countries in sub-Saharan Africa, including Cape Verde and Madagascar.
It is one of the casualties of the viral pandemic, COVID-19. This is because it engages most of its customers by bringing them live sport actions. However, with the suspension of all European football activities and other sporting events, it is on the verge of losing sports fans.
To fill the emptiness the absence of sports has created, it is now offering top-notch documentaries and replays of some of sports iconic moments. If there is one thing sports fans enjoy, it is reliving these kinds of events.
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MultiChoice does not stop there; it is giving subscribers more access. All DStv Compact customers get to access the SuperSport 1 channel that will be showing football highlights. It will also air analysis, commentary and memorable football happenings.
Also all DStv Access customers will be able to watch SuperSport 7. This channel will show all the past Motorsport actions and stories. This is not all as MultiChoice extends more access to its GOtv subscribers.
SuperSport Select 4 is now available to subscribers on GOtv JOLLI and Plus packages. This channel will show them the best of Premier League action as the League is currently one of those suspended in Europe. They will also get to watch SuperSport Select 5 contents, The channel will be airing WWE fights and moments in the coming weeks.
MultiChoice stated that it is committed to helping more people stay indoors and minimise contact. Earlier this week, it also announced that it will put a premature end to its most recent reality show, Ultimate Love. This move is also to aid the government in its fight against the spread of COVID-19.
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