GOtv to air Premier League and La Liga Matches

GOtv will from next month air all Premier League and La Liga matches through its newly introduced GOtv Supa+ package. 

According to Jacqueline Sagala, Head of Customer Experience & Care at MultiChoice Kenya, the GOtv Supa+ package has been curated to bring customers the latest sporting spectacles and a diverse range of content.

With access to over 70 exceptional channels and an expanded World of Champions offering, subscribers can enjoy a broader selection of thrilling football action and indulge in a variety of sports on dedicated channels. 

GOtv Supa+ will cost KES 3,500 and stretches beyond sports to also offer the latest blockbuster movies and series fresh from Hollywood. Subscribers get to enjoy entertaining stories on channels like M-Net Movies, Studio Universal, and Disney, E! Entertainment, Cartoon Network, and National Geographic. 

“GOtv Supa+ provides a diverse selection of local and international entertainment channels, ensuring there’s something for everyone’s taste,” Jacqueline said.

Ronald Shelukindo, Head of Marketing, MultiChoice Kenya said, “The best football leagues in the world are back from 11th August 2023, as the world of champions, SuperSport, brings live action of the new season in all its HD glory and on SD to DStv and GOtv football fans across the continent!”

MultiChoice’s told TechTrends Media that its key priority is to put their customers’ needs at the heart of everything they do.  As a business, we make it our priority to broaden our content offering on an ongoing basis to meet a variety of our customers’ viewing interests by constantly offering them More Choice and Great Value’

GOtv Supa+ will be available in Mozambique, Uganda, Ghana, Namibia, Zambia, Nigeria, Malawi, and Kenya, starting from 1 August 2023. 

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