Formula One has announced new deals with ‘multiple broadcast partners in Asia’ to provide live coverage until end of 2022 season.
This announcement comes after FOX Sports announced the closure of their channels in Asia earlier this month, which means that fans across Brunei, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, The Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam can continue to enjoy F1 until end of 2022 season.
F1 has also extended existing agreements with Disney (Fuji TV, DAZN) in Japan and Star India in India, with F2, F3 and Porsche Supercup also set to continue to be available for broadcast in Asia.
Speaking about these new deals, F1 Head of Media Rights, Michaella Snoeck said: “Following the closure of the Fox Sports channels in Asia, we’re very pleased to be entering these new partnerships in order to ensure that we can continue to bring the F1 action to our fans there.”
Here is a full guide to which broadcaster will be showing F1 across various individual countries in Asia.
|Hong Kong||PCCW (Now TV)|
|The Philippines||Tap DMV (Premier Sports)|
*Subject to final confirmation.