Beta TV announce televised games for Malawi TNM Super League

Beta Television (Beta TV)  has announced that it will show a selection of live Malawi TNM Super League matches from July 23 with Mighty Be Forward Wanderers match against league leaders Blues Eagles being the first of a schedule of  a number  of  televised fixtures.

New move: Beta TV will be offering up some TNM Super League games
New move: Beta TV will be offering up some TNM Super League games
Beta TV M.D Maneno Mtawali: We are 100 percent ready
Beta TV M.D Maneno Mtawali: We are 100 percent ready

Wanderers and Eagles will play on Saturday July 23 at Kamuzu Stadium.

The second game to be shown live on Beta TV will be one of the  big head-to-head of the season,  on Sunday July 24 involving defending champions Nyasa Big Bullets against Silver Strikers at Kamuzu Stadium.

The move comes as  Beta TV  acquired the rights at K266 million per season for the next three years after outbidding Times Television (Times TV) and Matindi (MTV).

“We want to give people access to great moments from the TNM Super League matches live,” said Beta TV director Maneno Mtawali .

He said Beta TV is “100 percent ready” to start beaming the flagship league matches.

“We will beam any of the games that will be on the fixtures starting from July 23.”

According to Super League of Malawi (Sulom), clubs are expected to share equally proceeds from the broadcast rights, a model adopted by most of the world’s major leagues.

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Steven Livison
Steven Livison
5 years ago

Big up Maneno !!!! Your determination and courage is something worthy emulating.A young entrepreneur of vision , From humble beginings to a fully fledged TV !!!
Bravo Beta TV

nomad
nomad
5 years ago

i receive! we r the first in evrithing.

Nkhulandi
5 years ago

Is this Beta TV on DSTV? how do we watch these games

martin gondah
martin gondah
5 years ago

great news welcome ,nyerere more- fire

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