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Topstar Secures 2021 Afcon Broadcasting Rights

Lusaka, Zambia
StarTimes, the mother company for pay television channel Topstar has acquired broadcasting rights to the Confederation of African Football 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in sub-Saharan Africa.
StarTimes has been awarded pay-television rights to the tournament across all sub-Saharan Africa territories in English, Portuguese and African local languages.
The sports channels will broadcast all 52 matches live and in full high-definition through eight sports channels as well as streaming ON StarTimes APPs.
The 33rd edition of the Africa Cup of Nations organized by the CAF will be played in Cameroon between 09th January to 6th February 2022.
StarTimes Content Operation Center Director, Philippe Zou said there is no better way to start 2022 than to watch African top players compete for the continental crown on Topstar.
“StarTimes has made a strategic priority to support African football and bring it to fans across the continent. We are honored to partner with the CAF again, following the successful broadcasting of the 2019 AFCON and the 2020 CHAN,” Philippe Zou said.
The Total Energies 2021 Africa Cup of Nations is to be played by 24 teams in five cities (Douala, Yaoundé, Bafoussam, Garoua and Limbe) across Cameroon, with Algeria as the defending champions.
The Total Energies 2021 Africa Cup of Nations is to be played by 24 teams in five cities (Douala, Yaoundé, Bafoussam, Garoua and Limbe) across Cameroon, with Algeria as the defending champions.
Source: The Speech Analyst
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