F1 and BeIN sports stamp multi-year deal to broadcast F1 on ten regions across Asia

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F1 and BeIN sports stamp multi-year deal to broadcast F1 on ten regions across Asia

Late on Thursday, Formula 1 had issued a statement saying that the organizer of the toughest format of motorsport racing across the globe, had rubberstamped a multi-year deal with the Mideast-based sports broadcasting network BeIN sports, which in effect would enable the broadcaster to telecast Formula One events across ten territories in Asia between 2023 and 2025.

Apart from that, according to the agreement, BeIN Sports will continue to broadcast race weekends alongside practice sessions, sprint events and races from this season, while F1 fans in Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, Timor-Leste, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand alongside Philippines would be able to experience F1 actions on BeIN sports.

BeIN sports and F1 sign multi-year accord

On top of that, followed by the release of the announcement, the director of Media Rights and Content Creation in F1, Ian Holmes said in a statement, “Following a number of years of growing interest across Asia, we are delighted to announce this partnership with beIN SPORTS.

As Formula 1 continues to attract new fans around the world, world class broadcasting is key, and this agreement will allow us to find new and innovative ways for our fans in Asia to follow and engage with our sport”.

Besides, expressing a through-and-through optimism over the deal, the Managing Director of BeIN Asia Pacific, Mike Kerr said, “We are extremely excited to add Formula 1 as we continue to invest in strengthening our ever-expanding line-up of sports content for our viewers.

With the rapid growth Formula 1 has experienced in recent years, we look forward to working alongside Formula 1 to broaden its fan base in our markets by bringing an unparalleled viewing experience across all screens”. .