Singtel, StarHub in talks with Fifa over World Cup broadcast rights

An image of the FIFA 2022 World Cup trophy adorns a building in the Qatari capital Doha on August 16, 2022. PHOTO: AFP
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SINGAPORE - Singtel and StarHub are in discussion with rights holders over the broadcast of the year-end World Cup matches in Singapore, spokesmen for both pay-TV operators told The Straits Times on Wednesday (Aug 17).

The World Cup kicks off in Qatar in under 100 days - on Nov 20 - and football fans from most countries in South-east Asia already know how they will be watching the sport's biggest spectacle.

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