Good news for Setanta Sports – the company will be represented in Uzbekistan with a sports broadcasting license.
Setanta Sports broadcasts on digital and cable platforms in 15 countries over Europe and Asia. The company exclusively offers viewers top content. Setanta Sports customers have access to broadcasts and content of: English Premier League, Italian Serie A, German Bundesliga, UFC, NBA, Formula 1 and other outstanding sports events.
“Uzbekistan is quite a large and promising market, where together with our local partners, we were able to obtain a television broadcasting license, which was quite a difficult and time-consuming process. Currently, our channels are available on all platforms, for any resident of Uzbekistan. It should also be noted that after 3 months of operation, Setanta Sports already has half a million active users, which is a very impressive number for such a short period of time, especially in this industry.”Lasha Matchavariani – Founder of SMH and co-partner of Setanta Uzbekistan
The commercial director of Setanta Sports also spoke about the achieved success and the recent trends of the Uzbek market.
“Uzbekistan is one of the countries of top importance for Setanta Sports, where the rate of Internet users and the population’s interest in sports are growing significantly. The registration of almost half a million subscribers on the OTT platform in a record short time is another proof that sports and especially the championships and tournaments broadcasted by Setanta Sports are interesting and a priority for users. Therefore, we believe that acquiring a television broadcasting license and developing in this direction will further strengthen our company”.David Japaridze – Commercial Director of Setanta Sports
Setanta Sports is a sports broadcaster based in Ireland. In 2021, the company developed in the direction of the OTT platform and offered the customers the use of the setantasports.com application along with TV channels.
Currently, Setanta Sports operates in 15 countries over Europe and Asia, – Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Moldova, Ukraine, Belarus, Lietuva, Latvia, Estonia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Philippines.