Kwesé iflix, has announced to air live the World Heavyweight match between Anthony Joshua and Alexander Povetkin to millions of boxing fans throughout Africa on its mobile app. Kwesé TV subscribers can watch live blow-by-blow action on their satellite TV decoders. Subscribers can also have access through the Kwesé TV or Kwesé iflix apps to catch the fight on-the-go. Kwesé Free Sports will air a delayed broadcast of the fight on Sunday 23 September at 6.00pm for those who cannot watch the live action.
Through this offering, the pay tv operator is showing its commitment to bring to its subscribers the world’s most elite premium sporting competitions to watch the champion of the world, Anthony Joshua face the former WBA title holder Alexander Povetkin. Subscribers will be able to stream the fight live on Saturday 22 September from Wembley Stadium exclusively on the Kwesé iflix app, by purchasing a VIP pass.
Kwesé iflix CEO, Mayur Patel declared, “Since our launch three months ago, it has been our intention to bring Kwesé iflix users the most anticipated matches, and world-class entertainment content on their mobile devices. At Kwesé iflix, we are committed to delivering the best live sports streaming experience possible through our all-new live streaming channel hub. It is our mission to make the most coveted sporting events easily accessible to local fans.”
Kwesé subscribers can also relish live games from the UEFA Nations League as well as sports review shows such as Football Made in Africa and Kwesé Football Fundis.