StarTimes TV has announced major agreement reached with Major League Wrestling (MLW) to air “Fusion” to over 10 African countries.
In a press release made available by MLW on Tuesday, indicates that a deal has been reached between both parties, granting StarTimes the license to broadcast weekly hour-long program MLW FUSION non-exclusively on its African channel starting this summer.
“The Africas are extremely important to Major League Wrestling, and we are excited to start this partnership with StarTimes to broadcast MLW to our fans in Africa,” said Court Bauer, MLW’s founder, and CEO.
StarTimes Media is a highly reputable pay-TV provider which boast of over 9 million subscribers worldwide and has facilitated the transmission of over 80 local and international channels over the StarTimes platform.
StarTimes has seven of their original channels, with content covering movies, entertainment, sports, TV series, news, music, and documentaries.
StarTimes Studios offer services to more than 10 African countries, including Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania, Nigeria, Uganda, and Burundi, as well as two broadcasting centers in Dar es Salaam and Abuja.
MLW Fusion broadcasts weekly in the United States on Saturday nights via beIN SPORTS. Two days later, each week’s episode is then uploaded to MLW’s official YouTube channel, Monday nights.