New Delhi [India], Apr. 07 (ANI): VEQTA, India's only digital broadcast network (OTT) dedicated to sports, has announced its partnership with Major League Baseball (MLB), the world's top baseball league from USA.
With this first of its kind multi-year partnership, VEQTA will give baseball fans in India access to an all-new never seen before content experience.
This partnership between one of the world's most iconic sports leagues and India's next generation sports platform will help build a larger fan base for baseball in the region.
MLB and VEQTA will also launch a variety of initiatives together to build the sport further in the country including promotional activities, events, fan activation and engagement.
VEQTA, with its key partnerships with global sports bodies, will additionally serve over 6000 hours of live sports content in 2017 across Tennis, Fight Sports, Motorsports, Football, Basketball, Rugby, Athletics, and of course Baseball.
Speaking on the partnership, Vikram Tanwar, Co-founder & Director of VEQTA, said, "We are thrilled to have Major League Baseball, one of the biggest names in the world of sport, partner with us. Baseball has a niche audience here and we wish to grow it further. Through this partnership, Indian baseball fans will have access to exclusive baseball content not available in its entirety on any other platform. VEQTA is proud to bring this experience to India and assert our commitment to offer the best sports content from across the globe to Indian fans."
MLB is amongst the largest league systems by revenue across any sport. It is also the world's biggest league by total attendance with over 73 million fans attending MLB games in 2016.
Dominick Balsamo, Vice President International Media Sales and Marketing Partnerships for Major League Baseball said, "We are excited about this new partnership and pleased to welcome VEQTA as the OTT home for Major League Baseball in India. MLB on VEQTA will serve Indian baseball fans with comprehensive coverage of the league from Opening Day through the World Series, and present the game on an exciting platform that promises to attract new baseball fans and players in India."(ANI)