GINX Esports TV has entered partnerships with M7 Group and iflix to expand the reach of its television channel.
The deal with M7 Group marks GINX Esports TV’s expansion into Austria, while the iflix partnership sees the channel become available in 13 territories across Asia.
M7 Group’s television platform HD Austria will make GINX Esports TV available to its customers from March 1st. The esports-focused channel is now available in almost “70m homes worldwide,” according to the announcement.
Michiel Bakker, CEO of GINX Esports TV touched on the deal with M7 Group in a statement: “Esports influence is growing exponentially and so is the appetite for an esports channel. We are delighted to launch GINX Esports TV for the first time in Austria on HD Austria. By making our esports network available for the first time there, we intend to increase our support to the local esports scene, events and leagues”
GINX Esports TV is now available – through the recent partnership with iflix -in Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Brunei, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, the Maldives, Cambodia, Bangladesh and Pakistan.
Sam Butler, VP of Affiliate Sales for GINX Esports TV discussed the iflix partnership: “We’re delighted to be increasing our reach in APAC as dramatically as this. iflix is the exactly the sort of innovative, young-skewing platform that provides a natural home for our esports content.”
Craig Galvin, Head of Content at iflix also commented: “iflix is proud to partner with GINX Esports TV to offer subscribers across Asia direct access to premium esports entertainment on a premium branded channel, affirming the Company’s commitment to deliver the very best content to audiences across the region.”
Esports Insider says: GINX Esports TV made plenty of great moves in 2018 and that doesn’t appear to be slowing down in 2019. iflix appears to be pitted in competition with Netflix more and more these days, and Austria is yet another country that GINX Esports TV is now catering to – good stuff!