Tencent Sports Will Broadcast The Entire Premier League 2020-21 Season

On September 17, Beijing time, Tencent Sports reached a partnership with the Premier League and officially became the exclusive new media broadcast platform for the Premier League in mainland China. It will broadcast all the remaining matches (372 games) of the Premier League 2020-2021 season.

The 2020-2021 season of the Premier League has officially kicked off on September 12. Tencent Sports will present all matches for Chinese fans from the second round, providing free matches with enough times to be broadcast. The Tencent Sports membership system will launch a Premier League membership package, and users who purchase members can get a new season gift package and have priority to participate in online and offline official events. After opening, you can enjoy the live broadcast of Premier League matches this season, and give you a year of Tencent Sports membership, including free broadcast, Blu-ray, English soundtrack, God’s perspective, mall discounts, and many other privileges.

At the same time, Premier League officials will officially enter Tencent’s content open platform to provide fans with rich content of matches, teams, and players in the form of videos and graphics, covering Tencent including WeChat, QQ, Tencent News, Tencent Sports, Kandian Express, etc. Various platforms and terminals. In addition, for the first time in the world, Premier League clubs can directly share videos and interact with fans during the game.

The Premier League’s top 20 are in full swing. The 2020-2021 season will end on May 23 next year. Tencent Sports will accompany fans and friends to witness this new season. As we all know, the English Premier League is the most-watched sports league in the world. All over the world, more than 180 countries and regions have TV broadcasts of Premier League events, with a potential audience of about 4.7 billion.

Premier League CEO Richard Masters said, “We are very pleased to have reached a partnership with Tencent to ensure that our fans in China can continue to accompany the Premier League throughout the season. The Premier League and 20 clubs have very enthusiastic fans in China. We look forward to cooperating with Tencent in a new interactive way in the new season.”

“The Premier League is one of the most-watched sports events in the world, and it also has many fans in China,” said Zhao Guochen, General Manager of Tencent Sports Operations. “This time working with the Premier League, Tencent Sports hopes to leverage its platform ecology and technical advantages for Fans bring wonderful game content and share the passion and charm of football.”

Sitting on the six giants of Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City, Manchester United, and Tottenham, as well as Leicester City that created the “Blue Fox Miracle”, the “Chinese dark horse” Wolves, the veteran powerhouse Leeds United and the world Everton, led by the famous coach Ancelotti, has unparalleled charm and competitiveness in the Premier League, and is the well-deserved “top of the five leagues.”

Based on years of the intensive live broadcast of sports events, Tencent Sports has become the first choice for domestic fans to watch sports games. “Crowning for love” has become a user habit. Tencent Sports will use Tencent News, Tencent Video, Kandian Express, Aurora TV, and other platforms and terminals, as well as social platforms and digital media such as QQ, WeChat, WeChat, etc., to launch live, on-demand, information, All-round ecological three-dimensional interactive forms such as short videos, fan communities, and derivative peripherals.

Attached is the live broadcast table of the second round of the Premier League:

September 19 19:30 Everton-West Brom

September 19th 22:00 Leeds United-Fulham

September 20 00:30 Manchester United-Crystal Palace

September 20th 03:30 Arsenal-West Ham United

September 20 19:00 Southampton-Tottenham Hotspur

September 20th 21:00 Newcastle-Brighton

September 20th 23:30 Chelsea-Liverpool

September 21 02:00 Leicester City-Burnley

September 22 01:00 Aston Villa-Sheffield United

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