Malaysian in-house subscription satellite television network Astro has renewed its partnership with the Premier League to broadcast the games in Malaysia till the end of the 2024/25 season.
The new broadcast deal will see Astro continue to telecast Premier League—which it has done since 1997—providing the Malayasians fans with all of the 380 matches in HD and select matches in 4K UHD. The renewal was announced during Astro’s ‘More Sports, More Drama, More Thrills’ campaign, which offers fans the Sports Pack that includes full coverage of the biggest sporting events in 2022: the FIFA World Cup 2022, the 2022 Asian Games, the SEA Games and many more.
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Euan Smith, Astro’s Group COO and CEO of TV, commented:
“2021 was a big year of sports, but 2022 promises to be even more exciting for sport fans in Malaysia. We are delighted to announce that Astro has successfully renewed exclusive Premier League broadcast rights in Malaysia for the next three seasons from 2022/23 to 2024/25.
“We would like to thank the Premier League team for choosing to put their trust in Astro again, continuing our successful, long-standing partnership with the League.”
Paul Molnar, Premier League Chief Media Officer, added:
“The Premier League is pleased to continue our excellent partnership with Astro, and we are very happy that they view our League as a vital part of their live sports offering.
“They will be an outstanding home again for the Premier League over the next three seasons and we look forward to working together to showcase the League to new and existing fans throughout Malaysia.”