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Ten Sports
Ten Sports Logo.png
CountryPakistan
Broadcast areaAsia
South Asia
NetworkCulver Max Entertainment
HeadquartersKarachi, Pakistan
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Programming
Language(s)Urdu
English
Picture format1080p (16:9, HDTV) MPEG 4
Ownership
OwnerMSM Asia Limited
ParentSony Corporation Japan
History
Launched2002; 19 years ago
Links
Websitewww.tensportstv.com
Availability

Ten Sports HD is a 24-hour sports channel. It is operated by a Karachi-based company Tower Sports Private Limited, and it is owned by the UK-based company MSM Asia Limited, which is a subsidiary of Sony Corporation Japan.[1] It mainly Broadcast Cricket, Football, MMA, Tennis.

History

On 1 April 2002, the Dubai-based Taj Television company launched the channel as Ten Sports in India and Pakistan.

In 2006, Indian Essel Group bought the Ten Sports channel and made it a part of its Zee Network. However, Ten Sports Channel in Pakistan was handed over to a company called Tower Two which was an Essel Group's subsidiary.[2]

In 2016, Ten Sports was bought by UK-based Japan's Sony Corporation's subsidiary company called MSM Asia Limited. MSM Asia formed a company called Tower Sports Private Limited to operate Ten Sports In Pakistan.

Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) documents reveal Tower Sports applied for the renewal of landing rights permission for the channel Ten Sports on June 29, 2018, as their permission was expiring later that year.[3] In December 2018, PEMRA awarded Landing Right Permission (LRD) to Tower Sports for "Ten Sports 2" channel in Pakistan. In 2019, Ten Sports launched its website. In February 2020, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) appointed Tower Sports to handle broadcast production for the 2020 Pakistan Super League, the first edition of the PSL to be played entirely in Pakistan.[4]

Programming

Ten Sports is one of the most popular sports channel in Asia.[5] It has broadcasting rights for many sporting events, including Cricket, Football, MMA and Tennis. In Cricket, Ten Sports Pakistan has Australia Cricket, England Cricket and Sri Lanka Cricket rights. In Football, Ten Sports has UEFA rights, Including UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, Bundesliga rights. FA Cup rights. In Mixed martial arts Ten Sports has UFC rights, and it also has the rights of most popular MMA In Pakistan WWE. In Tennis Ten Sports has Australian Open rights. It also has French Open rights.

Asian Games

Event Host
1) Asian Games:-

2022 Asian Games

 China

Continental Cricket

Event Host
1) Asia Cup:-

2022

 Sri Lanka

Country Cricket

Event Host
1) International Cricket In Australia:- (2022–present)
 Australia
2) International Cricket In England:- (2022–present)

Men's:-

New Zealand cricket team in England in 2022
Indian cricket team in England in 2022
South African cricket team in England in 2022
 England
3) International Cricket In Sri Lanka:- (2022–present)
Australian cricket team in Sri Lanka in 2022

Pakistani cricket team in Sri Lanka in 2022

 Sri Lanka

Country Professional Cricket Leagues

Event Host
Men's:-
1) Big Bash League:-

2022–23

 Australia
2) Pakistan Super League:-
2023
2024
 Pakistan
Women's:-
1) Women's Big Bash League:-

2022–23

 Australia

Continental Football

Event Host
National Teams:-
UEFA Nations League
2022–23
2024–25
 Europe
Clubs:-
1) UEFA Champions League:-
2022–23
2023–24
 Europe
2) UEFA Europa League:-
2022–23
2023–24
 Europe
3) UEFA Super Cup:-
2022
2023
2024
 Europe

Country Domestic Football Leagues

Event Period Host
DFL-Supercup 2022
2023
2024
 Germany
FA Community Shield 2022
2023
2024
 England
 Wales

Country Professional Football Leagues

Event Host
Men's:-
1) Bundesliga:-
2022–23
2023–24
 Germany
2) FA Cup:-
2022–23
2023–24
 England
 Wales

Country Mixed Martial Arts

Event Date Host
Ultimate Fighting Championship 25 June 2022
2 July 2022
9 July 2022
16 July 2022
23 July 2022
 United States

Country Grand Slam Tennis

Event Host
1) Australian Open:-

2023

 Australia
2) French Open:-
2023

2024

 France

See also

References

  1. ^ "Ten Sports rubbishes news regarding ICC World Cup". The Nation. 2019-04-17. Retrieved 2021-06-27.
  2. ^ "Ten Sports and Tower two limited and tower sports". 23 July 2020.
  3. ^ "Indian monopoly over Pakistan Cricket broadcast rights". 23 July 2020.
  4. ^ "Tower Sports and SportzWorkz widen PCB production remit". SportBusiness Media. 2020-09-29. Retrieved 2021-06-11.
  5. ^ Research, B. R. (2019-07-15). "'Ten Sports is an international channel built for Pakistan'". Brecorder. Retrieved 2021-06-11.
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