Premier League champions Manchester United have agreed a three-year contract with Korean broadcaster SPOTV, reports, www.sportspromedia.com/.
The agreement will see the Ã‰clat Entertainment-operated channel carry the Red Devilsâ€™ pay-TV channel, MUTV, for the next three seasons.
According to an official press release, SPOTV reaches over nine million homes in Korea. No financial information was released.
United, who claim to have a â€˜global community of 659 million followersâ€™, have similar deals in place with Saudi Telecom Company, Fiji TV, Sky New Zealand and Thailandâ€™s True Corporation Plc.
Manchester Unitedâ€™s group managing director Richard Arnold said: â€œThis partnership with SPOTV represents a fantastic opportunity for Manchester Unitedâ€™s 15 million followers in Korea to further engage with the club.
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