Nigeria: Multichoice Unveils Sport Channels, Content Line-Up On DStv, Gotv

16 September 2020

Leading video entertainment company, MultiChoice Nigeria, has unveiled its new sport channels and content line-up for the remainder of the year 2020.

The unveiling, which also featured the announcement of local and international entertainment, documentaries, reality and kiddies' programming to be aired in 2020, occurred recently at the virtual MultiChoice Nigeria Showcase 2020.

Chief Customer Officer of MultiChoice Nigeria, Martin Mabutho, said the pay-TV company is pleased to broadcast to Nigerians the very best of football from international football leagues such as the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, UEFA Champions League, Emirates FA Cup and others for the 2020/2021 season to both DStv and GOtv subscribers.

He also noted that American sport channel, ESPN, has returned to DStv after some years' hiatus, adding that the channel will also be on GOtv Max and will showcase the best of the NBA (National Basketball Association), NFL (National Football League), Major League Baseball (MLB), MLS (Major League Soccer) and other sports to subscribers.

Also on ESPN, sport fans will also have access to the English Football League (EFL), Major League Soccer (MLS), Scottish Premier Football League (SPFL) and Dutch Eredivisie, which are available to DStv and GOtv Max customers, while DStv customers have access to NBA games on ESPN 2.

"Nobody has more sport content than us," Mabutho boasted.

Also speaking via a pre-recorded message, Chief Executive Officer of SuperSport, Gideon Khobane, explained the reason behind the recent change of channel system on the various SuperSport channels.

Khobane said the change from the numbering channel system to a thematic channel system was to enable DStv and GOtv subscribers easily access and watch their preferred sporting events via specific channels dedicated to different sports.

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