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Multichoice, the owners of DStv and GOtv, have announced that they will not be able to broadcast the upcoming African Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament. The company cited their inability to secure the rights to broadcast the tournament as the reason for this decision. However, fans will still be able to catch the AFCON action through partners who run free-to-air channels.
This news comes as a disappointment to many football fans who were looking forward to watching the highly anticipated tournament on DStv and GOtv. Multichoice expressed their regret at not being able to bring the AFCON to their platforms, but assured fans that alternative options will be available through free-to-air channels.
Despite this setback, Multichoice remains committed to providing a wide range of sports and entertainment content to its subscribers. While the AFCON may not be available on DStv and GOtv, the company continues to offer a diverse selection of programming to cater to the varied interests of its audience.
In the meantime, fans can look forward to enjoying the AFCON through the free-to-air channels that will be broadcasting the tournament. Multichoice encourages fans to stay tuned for further updates and to explore the other exciting content available on their platforms.
As the AFCON approaches, football enthusiasts can still anticipate an electrifying competition, albeit through alternative viewing options. While Multichoice may not be able to bring the tournament to their subscribers directly, the spirit of the game will undoubtedly shine through via the free-to-air channels that will be showcasing the event.
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