CSI Sports, the owner of TV channel Fight Sports, has acquired Sport 10 in Belgium.
CSI said the deal is part of its long-term plan to build its business and the Fight Sports brand globally.
“Sport 10 is one of only three basic sports channels on the Proximus platform and has a valuable EPG position that provides great access to a significant audience for the purpose of growing our Belgium business,” said CSI Sports’ co-CEOs, Richard Miele and Craig Miele, in a statement.
Proximus’ Stéphanie Rockmann, director of content and media, said: “We believe CSI Sports Group has the capacity to further develop Sport 10 and to offer a broader sports experience to ProximusTV subscribers.”
CSI, which buys, produces and distributes fight-related content globally, launched Fight Sports in 2012 and the channel is now available in more than 30 countries across the Europe and the Asia Pacific region.
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