TrueVisions snatches EPL broadcast rights until 2022

TrueVisions snatches EPL broadcast rights until 2022

TrueVisions Group has received the exclusive broadcast rights to air English Premier League (EPL) games for three seasons from 2019/20 to 2021/22, showing 380 matches per season.

"TrueVisions is pleased to have successfully obtained English Premier League broadcast rights for the next three seasons, so fans across Thailand can enjoy watching the world's No.1 football league," said Birathon Kasemsri, chief content and media officer of True Corporation, the parent company of TrueVisions.

"We will be the only network in Thailand to show the full action of the EPL, with live broadcasts, reruns and highlights of every match."

The next season will begin Aug 10 and will be aired on six channels on True Visions PayTV.

Premier League games will also be available across all of True's platforms including TrueMove H, TrueOnline and True ID.

"We hope Thai fans of EPL will be able to enjoy and cheer for their favourite teams on True platforms throughout the next three seasons," he said.

"Brace yourselves for the most complete English Premier League experience ever, as we will proudly present it in new and innovative ways that more deeply engage all fans throughout Thailand."

EPL director of broadcasting Paul Molnar said, "We are very pleased to welcome TrueVisions Group back as a broadcast partner for the next three years."

"They have exciting plans to make our competition available on multiple platforms, and we look forward to seeing fans in Thailand enjoy the best Premier League action."

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