ESPN Player is available across every country in the Middle East, Africa, Europe and some parts of Asia on desktop, mobile, tablet and Android TV.
Disney has released a new sports content line-up on streaming service ESPN Player, which includes award-winning documentaries, live US College sport and extensive studio programming.
Available across every country in the Middle East, Africa, Europe and some parts of Asia on desktop, mobile, tablet and Android TV, ESPN Player’s diverse live and on-demand programming includes soccer news show ESPNFC; SportsCenter Global; an extensive catalogue of ESPN films sports documentaries; coverage of NCAA College Football, with more than 800 college football games live and on-demand; and over 2,000 top college basketball games.
ESPN Player will offer over 400 documentaries and features, including Oscar-winning documentary OJ: Made In America, recently released documentary LANCE from director Marina Zenovich, Bao Nguyen’s film Be Water; Rodman: For Better or Worse and Jordan Rides The Bus.
Commenting on the line-up, Martin Healy, Head of Advertising Sales & Partnerships for The Walt Disney Company Middle East, said: “Adding ESPN Player to our already popular sports news and information platforms (ESPN.com, ESPNCricinfo.com and the ESPN App), allows us to continue delivering world-class sports content to fans across the MENA region.
“The new additions of a daily ESPNFC football show and SportsCentre to the service broadens the appeal of ESPN Player, delivering greater value to a wider fan base than ever before. After observing the global popularity of ESPN’s 30for30 documentary series – including the 10-part series The Last Dance – we also look forward to the reaction of MENA sports fans to the wide breadth and quality of the documentaries available on the service.”