Chinese video game creator and publisher Moonton signed a streaming deal with Philippine media company ABS-CBN.
The streaming deal is for the upcoming M4 World Championship that will happen in Jakarta, Indonesia from January 1 to 15, 2023.
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With ABS-CBN at the helm, the media company said that fans who want to watch the M4 World Championship can experience a premium livestreaming experience of the event.
The group and knockout stages of the M4 World Championship will be available for live viewing on ABS-CBN’s iWantTFC streaming platform, while the grand finals will be featured on the same platform, as well as on ABS-CBN Entertainment and ABS-CBN Sports YouTube channels on January 15.
Meanwhile, fans who missed the games can watch select replays on free TV via the Kapamilya channel.
“ABS-CBN and iWantTFC continue to find ways to expand its content offerings to cater to more viewers. With our partnership with MOONTON Games, one of the leaders in e-sports, it is a great opportunity for us to bring premier e-sports content to even more audiences in the Philippines, which is already one of the biggest e-sports communities in Southeast Asia,” ABS-CBN digital head Jamie Lopez said.
“We are grateful for this partnership with ABS-CBN to level up the streaming experience of our fans. Now, Filipinos can watch the much-awaited M4 World Championship in multiple streaming platforms, and rally behind both ECHO and Blacklist International as both teams strive to bring glory to our country through another world title,” said Tonyo Silva, Moontoon’s senior e-sports marketing manager.