In addition to its Finnish deal, Fight Sports has secured carriage with Indonesia’s MNC Sky Vision and has renewed its deal with Papua New Guinea’s Hitron.
The channel’s programming line-up includes live boxing events from the WBC, WBA, IBF and WBO, Championship Kickboxing, MMA, Martial Arts and exclusive reality, documentary and original programming series.
“As we continue to grow Fight Sports globally and expand our exciting partnerships in Indonesia, Finland and Papua New Guinea, we remain focused on committing our programming investments towards LIVE premium events and original content across all of the fight related genres,“ said CSI Sports, Co-CEOs, Richard and Craig Miele.
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