Premier Sports is to provide its services on the Netgem.tv platform in the UK. The broadcaster, which is available through subscription service to 16 million homes, has chosen Netgem.tv as a strategic partner in order to capitalise on its ability to distribute content via fibre optic connectivity across the UK, according to Netgem.
The agreement will give Netgem.tv customers access to the Premier Sports 1 HD, Premier Sport 2 HD and Freesports channels, which broadcast Spanish and Italian top-tier football matches from La Liga and the Seria A.
Other sports offered include Gunness Pro 14 rugby, NHL ice hockey and NASCAR rating. Customers who subscribe to a fibre optic package with selected ISPs with Netgem.tv will have exclusive access to La Liga TV games.
Sylvain Thevenot, managing director of Netgem TV said: “We are thrilled to be partnering with Premier Sports. By forging this relationship, we are offering consumers access to outstanding sports content from around the world, customers of our Fibre ISP partners can now enjoy great sports, in addition to the existing range of 100+ channels, 25+ catch-up channels, and many On-demand services such as Amazon Prime Video. Our aim, as we move forward, is to continue to enhance the content range on netgem.tv, offering Choice, Simplicity, and Value.”
Richard Sweeney, CEO of Premier Sports and FreeSports said: “Premier Sports and FreeSports are delighted to be partnering with netgem.tv to widen our distribution of the Premier Sports brands through its partner ISP networks” We look forward to this being a long and successful relationship.”
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