#AfroSport TV Acquires AFCON Broadcast Right


The tournament holds from January 9 to February 6, 2022 in Cameroon.

Announcing the operations of the channel in Lagos on Wednesday, Principal Consultant of AfroSport TV, Rotimi Pedro, said AfroSport TV was committed to delivering to Nigerians and Africans for free, top quality and depth of service that was usually found only on Pay TV channels.

He noted that fans would enjoy all the 52 matches on a tripod of free-to-air TV networks like the NTA Network Service; selected Broadcasting Organisation of Nigeria’s TV stations and AfroSport TV Channel 730 on National Broadcasting Commission’s digital platform – Free TV.

“There is both a compelling commercial and moral reason for AfroSport to exist. Commercially, with a potential audience in Nigeria of more than 150 million people, AfroSport provides a method of communication that is essential for brands to market their products and will be an essential component for rightsholders – both global and local – to establish a strong following for their products.

“Morally, when you consider the powerful role that sports has played in societies, it is only right that a continent that has given so much enjoyment to the world of sports through its sons and daughters over the past 100 years and still continues to do so currently should not face exclusion for a majority of its population when it comes to viewing and enjoying the sport.”

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