September 24th 2017

Business / News

Multichoice gives subscribers free access to UEFA Champions League final

"Football is just one opportunity that allows us a company to connect with our customers around their content they love. We look forward to the start of the new season where we will continue to deliver the world’s most watched football leagues to our subscribers,”said Mr Wahome.

By Jack Otwalanewsdesk@kenyafreepress.comMonday, 05 Jun 2017 19:19 EAT

As curtains fall on an intriguing and emotional football season that has seen the biggest English and Eurpoean team showcase skill and talent, MultiChoice is proud to have given subscribers on DStv and GOtv an unforgettable end to the end of the world’s biggest leagues.

This past weekend, over 130 football lovers in Kenya were once again treated to an exclusive screening of the Champions League final between Juventus FC and Real Madrid that saw Real lift the European Cup for the 12th time at the famous Cardiff stadium in Wales.

Speaking at the event, Multichoice Kenya Corporate Communications Manager Philip Wahome said, “As the 2016/17 football season comes to a close, we are pleased to once again offer our subscribers the final game of the season. Subscribers were able to watch the game on all DStv packages – Access, Family, Compact, Compact Plus and Premium as well as GOtv Plus. Football is just one opportunity that allows us a company to connect with our customers around their content they love. We look forward to the start of the new season where we will continue to deliver the world’s most watched football leagues to our subscribers.”

As a build up to the excitement that was to be a battle of Champions from Spain and Italy, guests took part in various activities before the game to test their knowledge on the history of the league and players, match predictions and a ball juggling challenge. Fans walked away with a range of goodies including soccer balls, t-shirts and GOtv and DStv subscriptions.

All the guests received a Real Madrid or Juventus jersey on arrival and supported their respective teams to the end of the game. Real Madrid fans danced and cheered when the last whistle blew as Zidane’s boys outclassed the Italians.

Jack is a business and society writer at the Kenya Free Press





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