SPOTV kicks off 2023 with a 2-week free trial on SPOTV NOW
SINGAPORE, 16 January 2023 - SPOTV, will be marking a new year by providing the best in sports entertainment, by offering sports fans two weeks of free premium content on its mobile streaming app, SPOTV NOW, when they sign up between 16 - 29 January 2023.
The free trial will allow regular subscribers to view Premium subscription content such as all channels Live-on-Demand and live streaming of BWF World Tour events and Formula E, in addition to catching up anytime, anywhere with VOD content.
Some of the biggest sports events happening in January around the world available with the free trial includes the India Open and Indonesia Masters from the BWF World Tour Series, as well as the Formula E World Championship races in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia, and Hyderabad, India, among many others.
The free trial will allow regular subscribers to view Premium subscription content such as all channels Live-on-Demand and live streaming of BWF World Tour events and Formula E, in addition to catching up anytime, anywhere with VOD content. Subscribers can choose to upgrade to a Premium account after the free trial is over at only S$6.98 / month.
SPOTV is committed to introduce a new era in sports entertainment by bringing fans closer to the world’s biggest and most popular sporting events, not only on the TV screen but also via the SPOTV NOW app and curated and localized behind-the-scenes and on-the-ground coverage on @SPOTVAsia on Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter.
SPOTV NOW is available in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Singapore on Google Play Store and App Store.
SPOTV channels are available on major broadcasters across 8 countries.
Hong Kong, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Macau, and Mongolia)
*Note: If customer sign-up is on 29 January, their last day of the free trial will be 11 February (Formula E Hyderabad)
SPOTV is a subsidiary of Eclat Media Group from South Korea. As its Southeast Asia subsidiary, it is registered and based in Singapore in October 2021. The group runs the Number One sports network in South Korea, SPOTV, and has other lines of business, such as print, advertising, and PR. SPOTV runs two regional sports channels, SPOTV and SPOTV2, and is currently distributed across territories in Southeast Asia and select East Asia territories such as Indonesia (First Media, MNC Vision, K-Vision, UseeTV, MAXstream), Hong Kong (Now TV), Malaysia (Astro, Unifi TV), the Philippines (Cignal, Skycable), Singapore (Singtel TV, StarHub TV), Thailand (TrueVisions), and selected East Asia territories such as Macau (Macau Cable TV), and Mongolia (Univision).
SPOTV NOW (mobile app) is available in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Singapore with other markets to follow. By providing more content and reaching out to a wider audience, avid sports fans can conveniently watch live, on-demand, and exclusive content on SPOTV NOW, whenever they prefer, wherever they are.
SPOTV broadcasts globally renowned sports properties such as MotoGPTM, Wimbledon, US Open (tennis), The Open Championships, World Table Tennis, Badminton World Federation Events as well as Asian popular sports including the Korean Baseball League (KBO) competition.
SPOTV seeks to be an inclusive and dynamic platform that profoundly engages Asian sports fans.