Sanyuka Prime and NBS Sport Secure Broadcasting Rights for AFCON 2023 Tournament

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Sanyuka Prime and NBS Sport Secure Broadcasting Rights for AFCON 2023 Tournament

Elizabeth Tendo • 10:21 - 08.01.2024

- Sanyuka Prime and NBS Sport to air AFCON 2023

- Expect Vibrant Luganda commentary and engaging match analysis

- AFCON 2023 kicks off in Cotê D'Ivoire on January 13th and runs through February 11th, 2024

In an exciting development for football enthusiasts, Sanyuka Prime and NBS Sport have officially acquired the broadcasting rights for the highly anticipated Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) 2023 tournament.

Through their partnership with StarTimes, the official broadcaster of TOTAL Energies AFCON 2023, both channels are set to deliver anunmatched viewing experience.

Sanyuka Prime is geared up to be the go-to destination for AFCON 2023, promising to air all 52 matches live. The channel boasts a schedule featuring three daily matches, complete with Luganda commentary, match analysis, and engaging fan interactions. Viewers can anticipate a journey from the opening ceremony to the grand finale, enriched with daily highlights and exciting prizes throughout the tournament.

On the other hand, NBS Sport will present a curated selection of matches, adding a unique perspective to the tournament's coverage. The combination of Sanyuka Prime and NBS Sport ensures that fans can tailor their viewing experience based on preferences and match importance.

To cater to the diverse preferences of their audience, both channels will be accessible through Startimes Decoder, the satellite platform, and the Startimes Go mobile app. This flexibility ensures that fans can catch the action on their preferred devices, whether at home or on the go.

According to the brand manager Ngobi Nicholas, Sanyuka Prime is positioned as the ultimate destination for AFCON 2023, promising viewers a front-row seat to the football extravaganza.

The Africa Cup of Nations, set to take place in Côte d'Ivoire from January 13th to February 11th, 2024, celebrates African football, bringing together 24 nations to showcase their talent and resilience.

NBS Sport can be found on Dstv channel 377, Zuku channel 54, and Startimes for those tuning in. Meanwhile, Sanyuka Prime can be accessed on Startimes Channel 251 (Antenna) and 238 (Satellite).