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Tencent is to screen the remaining 372 Premier League matches in the 2020/21 season in the Chinese market.
As of Saturday 19 September, supporters in China will be able to watch coverage players via Tencent’s digital platforms, including WeChat, QQ.com, Tencent Video, Penguin Live App, Tencent News App, Tencent Sports App and Kan Dian.
It follows the termination of a previous contract with PPTV after the broadcaster withheld the latest £160 million instalment in March. In addition to live match coverage, in a global first Premier League clubs will be able to share short clips during matches to engage directly with their supporters in China and enhance the Tencent partnership.
Premier League Chief Executive Richard Masters said: “We are excited to have agreed this partnership with Tencent ensuring our supporters in China can enjoy following Premier League action throughout this season. We and our clubs have an extremely passionate fanbase in China and are looking forward to working with the team at Tencent to engage with fans in new ways over the coming season.”
Tencent Sports General Manager Ewell Zhao added: “The Premier League is one of the world’s most popular sports competitions and has many fans in China In collaboration with the Premier League, Tencent Sports hopes to leverage its platforms and technology to bring the drama of Premier League matches to fans and share with them the passion and excitement of football.”
Premier League says it will continue to explore opportunities for free-to-air broadcast coverage in China for the 2020/21 season.
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Crime + Investigation is going direct to the consumer in the German market.
The on demand channel Crime + Investigation Play launched on Apple TV Thursday, making it available on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod touch, Mac, selected Samsung and LG Smart TVs as well as Roku and Amazon Fire TV devices.
Crime + Investigation Play features documentaries and factual entertainment from across the true crime genre.
Customers can enjoy a 14-day free trial, after which Crime + Investigation Play costs €3.99 per month. Apple’s “Family Sharing” function allows up to six family members to share a subscription to the Apple TV channels by using their Apple ID and the corresponding password.
Kathrin Palesch, Managing Director of A + E Networks Germany said: “With Crime + Investigation Play, after HISTORY Play, our second on-demand channel is now coming to Apple. It offers first-class factual entertainment from the true crime genre and covers a wide spectrum. With the launch of the channel, we are consistently expanding our presence in the digital area.”
Crime + Investigation Play launched in the UK and Ireland in 2019 and came to Germany and Austria for the first time in June 2020.