From February 25 Vectra subscribers will be able to watch content on the two channels including top-tier Spanish, French and Italian football.
Vectra content director Małgorzata Wojtaszko said that the deal would enable the operator to offer very attractive content to its customers and confirmed the importance of sports to its digital offering, which she said was “one of the most attractive in the market”. Wojtaszko said that Vectra subscribers would be able to access the two channels free-to-view until the end of March.
Danny Menken, managing director of Eleven Sports Network, said that his group wanted to get “as many sports fans as possible” to view “sports competitions that are among the most respected in the world” through the channels.
The deal is the latest in a run of carriage agreements for the company in Poland, following deals with pay TV platform nc+ and network operators Netia, Multimedia Polska, Inea and UPC Poland.
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