The NBA finals are currently being broadcast on HD11 and Roland-Garros 2020 on HD12 in English and Arabic across the region.
BeIN Sports is set to host the NBA and Roland-Garros 2020 matches across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). The Roland-Garros 2020 women’s singles and men’s singles finals are set to be broadcast during this weekend on October 10 and 11 respectively.
The NBA finals are currently being broadcast on beIN Sports HD11 in English and HD8 in Arabic across the region, with the Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat going head to head to win the championship.
The Roland-Garros 2020 is currently being broadcast live and exclusively on beIN Sports HD12 in English and HD9 in Arabic with Roland-Garros 2019 champion Rafael Nadal and tennis superstar Novak Djokovic featuring for a chance to win the championship and 38 million Euros.
BeIN Sports coverage of the Roland-Garros 2020 will continue with the women’s singles final on October 10 with presenter Areej Slim and guests Selima Sfar and Kim Wehemann.
The men’s singles final will be broadcast on October 11 with presenter Areej Slim and guests Karim Alami, Adel Al Shatti and Anass Lamrani.
beIN MEDIA GROUP has also collaborated with the WHO Foundation during Roland-Garros 2020 to create a unique QR code that will give fans across the MENA region an opportunity to donate to the fight against Covid-19 via its broadcast and digital channels.
All donations made during the Roland-Garros tournament will be used to support communities worldwide to combat the Covid-19 pandemic.
Commenting on the line-up, Director of Programmes at beIN Media Group Duncan Walkinshaw said: “BeIN Sports is extremely proud to showcase the 124th edition of the Roland-Garros with outstanding talent taking part in the competition. This year’s final on the 10th and 11th promises to be one of the best yet with great guests and analysts in our studios. We are also thrilled to witness the final stages of the NBA finals between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat on our English, Arabic and French channels for viewers across the region.”