WeWatch, the premium TV digital streaming service, has made its app free to use during the SEA games in Cambodia, in a move which will allow millions of fans to watch all the games live, as well as new movie and TV content which is usually only available to paying members.
“We are excited to be able to offer free use during the SEA Games to our users in Cambodia,” said WeWatch CEO, Sarah Wang. “We believe that sports have the power to bring people together and foster a sense of community. We also want to follow the government’s lead and be in the spirit of the games by making our content freely accessible during this fantastic event.”
“WeWatch recognizes that entertainment is a vital part of people’s lives, and by making its app free during the games, it is giving back to the community and showing its appreciation for their support,” she said.
The SEA Games, which features athletes from eleven countries competing in a wide range of sports, from basketball and football to martial arts and e-sports, is an important sporting event in Southeast Asia, and for many fans, it is a time to come together and cheer on their country’s athletes.
Sports enthusiast and Head Coach of Next Step FC, Charlie Pomroy, said he loves using the app to catch all the games he can’t attend himself.
“Having the SEA Games in Cambodia is fantastic but being based in Siem Reap it’s not possible to catch all the games. As a manager of a professional football team and having worked extensively in developing Cambodia sports, I know how important these events are for the pride of the Khmer people and to put Cambodia on the map as a sporting nation.”
“The move to offer free access for everyone via the app is great and I’ve loved using the platform to keep up to date on all the action. Making it free and accessible to all is a great move and one that is allowing me and my club and staff all able to cheer on Cambodia!”
Moreover, WeWatch’s decision to make its app free during the SEA games is in the spirit of the games themselves. The SEA games are not just about competition; they are also about bringing together the people of Southeast Asia and celebrating their shared culture and values. To start watching for free, download the WeWatch-Everywhere app today and tune in via the multiple TV channels all hosted on the app, including Bayon TV, BTV, TVK and TVK2.
This article is adapted from BPVE, (https://bpve.com/) reported and edited from the great team – Cambodia Sports Review. (https://www.cambodiasportsreview.com/)
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