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Premier Sports, partnership

November 21, 2019

Internet TV streaming service has announced a partnership with sports subscription service Premier Sports. The broadcaster, which is available to 16 million homes, has chosen the platform as a strategic partner in order to capitalise on the brand’s capability to distribute content via fibre optic connectivity across the UK.

The tie-up will mean that customers will have access to sport content through Premier Sports 1 HD, Premier Sport 2 HD and FreeSports.

The pair describe the partnership as “an exceptional deal” for UK sports fans as the channels broadcast all Spanish and Italian top football matches – exclusively from La Liga and the Serie A.

In addition, other popular sports offered are Gunness Pro rugby, NHL ice hockey, and NASCAR racing. A further incentive for customers who subscribe to a fibre optic package with selected ISPs and is the exclusive access to La Liga TV games.

According to, the overall offer to consumers is a unique one to the UK market as it finally proposes a great value TV package combined with ultrafast Internet access, something that other markets have been exposed to for quite some time.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Premier Sports,” declared Sylvain Thevenot, Managing Director of Netgem TV. “By forging this relationship, we are offering consumers access to outstanding sports content from around the world, customers of our fibre ISP partners can now enjoy great sports, in addition to the existing range of 100+ channels, 25+ catch-up channels, and many On-demand services such as Amazon Prime Video. Our aim, as we move forward, is to continue to enhance the content range on, offering Choice, Simplicity, and Value.”

“Premier Sports and FreeSports are delighted to be partnering with to widen our distribution of the Premier Sports brands through its partner ISP networks,” added Richard Sweeney, CEO of Premier Sports and FreeSports. “We look forward to this being a long and successful relationship.”

In addition to content being available through TV, consumers can also access it through’s mobile streaming App – at home or on the move.

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