MultiChoice Zambia continues to pull out all the stops to provide the best World Cup viewing experience on the continent, with exclusive commentary from some of the greatest figures in football history.
Dedicated to telling Africa’s stories, the video entertainment company is getting behind Africa’s World Cup dreams and televising all the African games along with those of the 27 other participating nations in its unparalleled coverage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, live from Russia.
Apart from its live World Cup coverage, MultiChoice has teamed up with 17 leading soccer experts to provide viewers with exclusive insights, commentary and analysis on the games. This panel of renowned professionals includes Yaya Toure, Jay-Jay Okocha, Samson Siasia, Dwight Yorke, Benni McCarthy, Lucas Radebe, Eric Tinkler, Luís de Oliveira Gonçalves, Roger de Sa, Antonio Trigo and Zeca Marques.
“We believe in using entertainment to unite people and communities around shared passions. With more than three billion fans around the world, football is undeniably a shared passion, and our round-the-clock coverage of the sport’s biggest spectacle – the 2018 FIFA World Cup – a significant unifier,” declared MultiChoice Zambia Managing Director, Ngoza Kasunga Matakala
Matakala further commented, “At MultiChoice Africa we constantly strive to deliver outstanding value to our customers by making great entertainment more accessible. This extensive coverage of the World Cup on a number of platforms demonstrates our commitment to African football fans. It is our way of using entertainment to connect Africa to the world and bring the world to Africa.”
To make sure fans never miss a goal, MultiChoice is making live soccer action available to customers on the move via the DStv Now and SuperSport apps, allowing fans to enjoy the Beautiful Game anytime, anywhere, on any device. In addition, DStv and GOtv customers have access to a 24-hour SuperSport pop-up channel dedicated solely to the World Cup, which also includes live match commentary options. Full details of live and highlights World Cup coverage as well as appearances by the broadcaster’s exclusive panel of experts, are available at dstv.com and gotvafrica.com.