Es’hailSat, the Qatar Satellite Company, is once again proud to announce its Gold sponsorship of the prestigious Qatar Total Open 2017 hosted by the Qatar Tennis Federation (QTF). The tournament, which began on Monday and will conclude on Saturday, will be broadcast live in high definition throughout the whole of Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region via Es’hail-1, located at the 25.5°/26°E prime TV hotspot in the region.
Qatar Total Open 2017 is yet another important sporting event brought to the Mena audience via Es’hail-1. Es’hailSat has a history of broadcasting high profile sporting events, such as the Olympics, FIFA World Cup, UEFA Euro Championship, Champions League, English Premier League for beIN SPORTS. Es’hailSat continues to build on its capabilities, highlighted by its state of the art anti-jamming technology, in broadcasting diversified and high quality premium content across the Mena region.
Es’hailSat’s president and CEO Ali Ahmed al-Kuwari, said: “We have been a proud sponsor of Qatar Total Open for a few years now and are happy to once again support Qatar Tennis Federation in organising this prestigious event. Sports have been the mainstay of the premium content broadcast through our satellites from the 25.5°/26°E broadcast hotspot and will continue to be when we commence transmission of linear 4K channels soon.”
Es’hailSat also has a hospitality tent at the Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex and will be running a series of events and competitions throughout the tournament. For more information, check out the company’s social media pages.
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