Global broadcasters focus on Riyadh for World Combat Games

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Broadcasters from approximately 115 countries have committed to airing the Riyadh 2023 World Combat Games, which will take place from October 20 to 30 at King Saud University Stadium. This year’s edition of the games is set to be the largest yet, with over 1,500 athletes from more than 120 countries participating.

Prominent networks such as Arena Sport, CEEN, Combate, La Liga TV, the Olympic Channel, and beIN Sports have joined in to broadcast the games, reaching audiences in Europe, Latin America, Canada, Africa, and the Asia Pacific region. KSA Sports will provide live and exclusive coverage of the tournament through its network of channels.

Jose Moreno, a partner at Spring Media, expressed their satisfaction in cooperating with SportAccord and dedicated broadcast partners to give these thrilling games a global footprint. Viewers can expect high-quality production coverage of the events, featuring some of the world’s best athletes.

For those who want to follow the competition online, the Riyadh 2023 World Combat Games’ official website will provide live streams of each event.

This marks a historic occasion as Riyadh becomes the first city in the Middle East to host the World Combat Games. The program for this year’s event includes 16 combat sports and martial arts disciplines, including boxing, fencing, judo, karate, taekwondo, and wrestling.

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