Eurosport (Indian TV channel)

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Eurosport
Eurosport Logo 2015.svg
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
Broadcast area Afghanistan
Bangladesh
Bhutan
India
Maldives
Nepal
Sri Lanka
Network Eurosport
Headquarters Mumbai, India
Programming
Language(s)English
Picture format 16:9 (1080i, HDTV)
MPEG-4
Ownership
Owner Discovery Asia-Pacific
Sister channels
History
Launched6 February 2017;4 years ago (2017-02-06)
Former namesDSport (2017-2020)
Links
Website eurosport.co.in
Availability
Cable
Asianet Digital (IND)Channel 312 (SD)
Kerala Vision Digital TV (IND)Channel 755 (SD)
Channel 861 (HD)
Siti Networks
(India)
Channel 197 (SD)
Hathway
(India)
Channel 183 (SD)
Satellite
Dish TV (India)Channel 630 (SD)
Channel 629 (HD)
D2h
(India)
Channel 410 (SD)
Tata Sky (India)Channel 496 (SD)
Channel 495 (HD)
Sun Direct
(India)
Channel 517 (SD)
Channel 989 (HD)
Airtel Digital TV
(India)
Channel 304 (SD)
Channel 305 (HD)
Dialog TV Channel 71 (SD)
Dish TV Sri Lanka Channel 2648 (SD)
IPTV
APSFL
(Andhra Pradesh)
Channel 324 (HD)
Streaming media
Jio TV
(India)
SD & HD
Airtel Xstream
(India)
SD
Vi Movies & TV
(India)
SD

Eurosport India (previously known as DSport before 2021) is an Indian sports channel owned by Discovery Asia-Pacific. [1]

Contents

The initial logo of DSport used since February 2017. The logo is adapted from Eurosport logo. DSPORT Logo 2017.jpg
The initial logo of DSport used since February 2017. The logo is adapted from Eurosport logo.

History

Launched As DSport In 6th February 2017 By a partnership between Discovery India and Lex Sportel. due to low TRP channel was rebranded many times until 2020.

in January 2020, Lex Sportel (the content provider for this channel) has parted ways with Discovery, taking their event rights from this channel and created their own channel 1Sports. [2] On 17 March 2020, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting permitted Discovery to finally rename the channel to Eurosport. [3]

Events

Football

Cricket

Tennis

Golf

Motorsport

Cycling

Kickboxing

MMA

Pro-Wrestling

Basketball

Multi-Sport Events

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References

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