For Immediate release Sept 01, 2017
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
K League Classic joins SPORTSFIX
SPORTSFIX delivers targeted sports content to Sports fans across the ASEAN region. We are partnering with the best football Leagues in Asia as matches played in our “time zone” are a very important part of our offering”, commented Marcus Luer, Executive Chairman of SPORTSFIX.
We are thrilled to add the K League Classic to Sportsfix as one of our key partners. Korea has some of the best teams in the region and the K League is right up there with the best Leagues too.
Yeon Sang Cho, the Secretary General of K LEAGUE said: “We are excited to see the K League Classic being part of SPORTSFIX and to deliver live matches to our fans in the South East Asian region which is a very important market to us.”
SPORTSFIX recently launched with LIVE matches of the K League Classic, Chinese Super League (CSL), Toyota Thai Premier League, LIGA 1 Indonesia, Philippine Basketball League, Bangladesh Cricket and a host of exciting MMA Leagues from across the world.
SPORTSFIX also aired a host of “Pre-Season” friendly matches including Premier League, Bundesliga, Serie A and La Liga teams.
Get your Daily dose of Sports on SPORTSFIX.TV through CELCOM’s new “ASIA Pass” which includes SPORTSFIX.
Sportsfix is owned by SF Media Holdings Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of TSA (Total Sports Asia), Asia’s global leader in sports content. Sportsfix is Asean’s first and only LIVE and VOD sports content OTT platform. Sportsfix is streaming popular local, regional and international sports content on its platform and works closely with Telecommunication operators across the region to deliver the content directly to millions of mobile devices. Anytime, anywhere, now everyone can watch their favourite sports. Check out www.sportsfix.tv .
K LEAGUE CLASSIC
K league Classic is the first division of professional football league in South Korea. Founded in 1983 as the first ever professional league of East Asia, it has become one of the most competitive football league in Asia. The season starts from early March to November, and there are 12 teams competing in the league for the championship title. FC Seoul, Jeonbuk Hyundai, Suwon Samsung, Ulsan Hyundai and Pohang Steelers are some of the major clubs in the league. Recently in 2013, the league started to operate on a system of promotion and relegation with K League Challenge.
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