The pressure pays off as Supersport makes a U-turn and secures the 2023 AFCON rights

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The pressure pays off as Supersport makes a U-turn and secures the 2023 AFCON rights

Many thought it was all over for the giants of sports broadcasting on the continent, Supersport, as they officially confirmed their inability to secur

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Many thought it was all over for the giants of sports broadcasting on the continent, Supersport, as they officially confirmed their inability to secure the right the broadcast the 2023 AFCON.

Extraordinarily, Supersport announced,  “SuperSport will broadcast all 52 matches of the 2023 AFCON 𝐋𝐈𝐕𝐄.

“The hosts start the tournament on Saturday with a match against Guinea-Bissau, “concluded the giants of sports broadcasting.

Supersport customers were furious to hear Multichoice’s excuse for not broadcasting the AFCON. Many decided to stop doing business with DSTV as others hurled all kinds of abusive words on their social media platforms.

Three days before the kickoff, It is officially confirmed that Supersport will broadcast all 52 games in HD as they are known for delivering the best when it comes to broadcasting.

AFCON 2023 starts on Saturday and continues until 11th February.

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