Viasat Sport Baltic

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Viasat Sport Baltic
Viasat Sport Baltic logo.png
Launched 7 January 2009
Owned by Modern Times Group
Picture format 16:9
Country United Kingdom
Language Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian
Broadcast area Estonia
Latvia
Lithuania
Website www.viasatsport.ee
www.viasatsport.lv
www.viasatsport.lt
Availability
Satellite
Cable
Starman (Estonia)
AVVA (Jonava district)
Lattelecom (Latvia)
IZZI (Latvia)
Baltcom (Latvia)

Viasat Sport Baltic is a TV sports channel available in the Baltic States. The channel was launched 7 January 2009. Along with Viasat Golf it replaced Viasat Sport 2 and Viasat Sport 3 for viewers on the Viasat platform in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.[1] Viasat Sport East is also available in the Baltics and both are part of the Viasat Pay-TV channel network.

Major sport rights of the channel include UEFA Champions League, Europa League, Premier League, Championship, Ligue 1, Euroleague, Formula 1, NASCAR, Ice Hockey World Championship, Kontinental Hockey League and the ATP World Tour. Baltic region sport rights include Baltic Basketball League and Triobet Baltic League.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "MTG to launch new Baltic sports channel" (Press release). Modern Times Group. 12 December 2008.