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Cyta, Cablenet and PrimeTel reach TV rights agreement

Telecommunications and subscription TV providers Cyta, Cablenet and PrimeTel have officially reached an agreement to unify football broadcast rights across a range of leagues and competitions.
Apoel defender Nicholas Ioannou with Omonia's Jordi Gomez.

Telecommunications and subscription TV providers Cyta, Cablenet and PrimeTel have officially reached an agreement to unify football broadcast rights across a range of leagues and competitions.

Responding to the valid concerns of Cypriot sports enthusiasts and viewers, the three companies will now be sharing TV rights for the Cypriot football league, as well as the Cypriot football cup, allowing subscribers of either one of the three platforms to watch both competitions.

Furthermore, the same will apply for a number of international competitions, such as the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, the Premier League, Serie A, Bundesliga, and La Liga.

This move aims to benefit the Cypriot TV-watching audience, as they can choose whatever sports broadcasting package they desire regardless of the platform they’re currently on.

Cyta, PrimeTel and Cablenet have stated that their individual and distinct subscription packages will be announced in separate statements during the coming days.



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