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Local football to hit ‘Cable TV’ as E-Networks joins the Stag Elite League

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E-Networks Inc. Business Development Coordinator Nadia Bulkhan (right) makes the presentation to GFF Normalisation Committee Member Tariq Williams.

The Stag Elite League today received another corporate boost when E-Networks Inc. came on board in what could be one of the most important facets of the country’s most lucrative football league.

E-Networks Inc; Guyana’s premier Cable TV Internet VOIP and 4G Broadband Service Provider, presented the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) with a cheque for an undisclosed amount.

According to E-Networks, the support for the league is seen as them playing their part in helping the sport’s development in Guyana and more so, giving exposure to the game’s brightest stars.

Subscribers to E-Networks services will be able to watch ‘the game of the month’ as the GFF’s Marketing and Communication Director Rawle Toney explaining “it’s the intention of the GFF to ensure that the players, more than anything else, benefit from the league. Therefore, we must have these games broadcast somehow. It’s a costly factor but luckily for us, E-Networks was excited about this venture and they will be undertaking the broadcast of the games at their cost”.

“We’re starting with a ‘Game of the Month’ which will be shown on E-Networks Ch.1 and then on another local channel which is to be determined. I think over time, this deal will be one of the biggest” Toney said.

The company explained that one of the biggest sellers for their service of Cable Television is sports, since they (E-networks) are the distributors of ESPN in Guyana.

Meanwhile, with E-Networks set to embark on another ground breaking initiative, the Stag Elite League will be used as a tool by the company to help market their new product, with fans and players alike set to benefit extensively from the give-a-ways.

 

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