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StarTimes plans big for Chinese Super League, set to take Nigerian sport lovers to China

Leading digital pay television provider, StarTimes has unfolded plans to treat Nigerian soccer fans to great feast of live football action from the rave-making Chinese Super League.

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With no less than four Nigerian top players, including Super Eagles captain, John Obi Mikel, Anthony Ujah and Obafemi Martins already playing in the Chinese League, the attention of Nigerian football fans is shifting to China to watch the Nigerian exports in action for their respective clubs.
As the exclusive broadcaster of the Chinese Super League in sub-sahara Africa, StarTimes is already priming itself to deliver top-notch live football matches from the Chinese League to the homes of Nigerian fans at a very affordable price.

Speaking on its plans to treat its viewers to an exciting round of football games and programs, StarTimes Content Marketing Manager, Qasim Elegbede said that the broadcast outfit was set to redefine sports broadcasting in Nigeria with its live streaming of matches from the wave-making Chinese League, which has of late, attracted the best stars from the world of football.

“This is good for Nigeria because our fans will get to see their football stars like Mikel Obi, Obafemi Martins and Anthony Ujah in action on our platform because we are the exclusive broadcaster of the Chinese league in Nigeria. Never at any time have we had the influx of top Nigerian players to the Chinese league and good enough for our fans, StarTimes will be showing the matches live”, said Elegbede.

He also added that fans will also be able to monitor the progress of their football heroes via the station's rich content programming that will deliver behind the scenes and panaromic view of players in the league. While some lucky Nigerians would be taken to China to watch live matches of the Chinese League.

“We are working on a lit of things that will expose our fans to the best of football treat. We took fans to Germany to watch some Bundesliga games in 2015 and we are sure that we are going to do same for fans of the Chinese league this year. It is a win-win situation for our fans, who get to watch over 40 live matches every weekend on StarTimes for a token”, added Elegbede.


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