beIN SPORTS will become home to world-class motorsport broadcasting the Formula One World Championship to Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, Timor-Leste, Philippines, Thailand, Laos and Cambodia- New deal puts beIN SPORTS in pole position as the number one pan-regional broadcaster in the region. - Deal runs until the conclusion of the 2025 season, showing beIN’s long-term ambitions in the region. - Unmatched availability of entirety of Formula One World Championship on beIN SPORTS linear channels and OTT platform beIN SPORTS CONNECT.
LONDON, SINGAPORE – 26 January – beIN SPORTS has secured exclusive rights to the Formula 1 World Championships in ten territories across Asia.
The new media rights agreement begins in 2023 and runs until the conclusion of the 2025 championship which will include rights to all Grand Prix’s, Sprint Races, Qualifying and Practice sessions.Coverage begins with the season opener, the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix from the Sakhir International Circuit from 3-5 March.
The popular night race, the Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix, takes place from the 15-17 September, with the 2023 Formula One season concluding in the twilight of the Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix from 24-26 November.Other notable races include the returning Qatar Grand Prix from 6-8 October, following hot on the heels of Qatar’s successful hosting of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.Read more on beinsports.com