PFL strikes broadcast deal with SuperSport for Sub-Saharan Africa region

PFL brings its action-packed fights to Africa via SuperSport, broadcasting live events from PFL PPV Super Fights, PFL Europe, and the new PFL MENA.

The Professional Fighters League (PFL), an American mixed martial arts league, has forged a historic partnership with SuperSport, the leading sports broadcaster in Africa.

In a monumental agreement, SuperSport, Africa’s leading sports broadcaster, will deliver all PFL programming to fans across Sub-Saharan Africa. 

This includes the heart-pounding live action of PFL PPV Super Fights, PFL Europe, and the newly launched PFL MENA. 

Fans can expect a wealth of PFL content, from high-stakes fights and captivating stories to the electrifying atmosphere that defines PFL events.

PFL SVP, International James Frewin, said, “Sub-Saharan Africa represents a priority market for the Professional Fighters League as we continue our rapid global expansion. We’re thrilled to partner with SuperSport so viewers across the region can watch premium PFL and Bellator MMA content all year-round on SuperSport.”

SuperSport is a leading sports broadcaster, particularly popular in Africa, offering a wide range of channels dedicated to various sports, broadcasting live games, highlights, and sports news, allowing fans to stay up-to-date on their favourite teams and athletes.

The PFL, a rapidly growing MMA organisation known for its innovative format, has also secured a multi-year media rights deal recently with Brazilian giant Globo. This agreement will bring PFL’s exciting fights to a wider audience in Brazil.

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