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Chinese Basketball Association jumps on board as latest content offering from SportsFix

SportsFix, ASEAN's leading mobile-centric over-the-top (OTT) streaming platform, has added Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) to their fast-growing content offering to sports fans in ASEAN.

SportsFix signed the deal with CBA offering LIVE matches and recorded content via the SportsFix platform (
The CBA, which is the first-tier professional men's basketball league in China, is one of the most popular basketball leagues in Asia having attracted numerous well known NBA players and European stars.

There are also players from the CBA that have earned their ranks into the NBA namely retired player and current president of the CBA Yao Ming, and most recently in 2017 Zhou Qi, who joined the Houston Rockets.

“Basketball is a sport that is widely played among the youths in ASEAN and what better way to further grow one of the most popular leagues in the region by including the CBA as part of SportsFix offering,” said Carl Kirchhoff, CEO of SportsFix.

“We are proud to have the CBA as part of our SportsFix content as it is the perfect fit to our growing list of offering catered for the region. The increased fan base and following will also help grow the sport even further,” added Carl Kirchhoff.

The CBA is the latest content under the SportsFix stable that joins the Philippine Basketball League, K League Classic, Chinese Super League (CSL), Toyota Thai Premier League, LIGA 1 Indonesia and the Italian Serie A, which is one of the top European football leagues.
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SportsFix is ASEAN’s first and only OTT platform that delivers LIVE and VOD sports content, with a focus on live streaming as a premium offering. Catering to an audience that consumes content mainly on mobile devices, SportsFix streams live, full-recorded games as well as highlights and short clips in high quality for an affordable price of RM 5 per week and RM 10 per month. Currently available via mobile web, SportsFix will be launching native mobile apps early 2018, adding fan-engaging features subsequently.