SportPlus TV

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SportPlus
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LaunchedAugust 24, 2014
Country Greece
Broadcast area North America
South America
Europe
Middle East
Africa
South Asia
Asia-Pacific
Australia
Website SportPlus
Availability
Satellite
Dish Network (USA)Channel 9830
MySat (Australia)N/A
IPTV
Bell Fibe TV (Canada)Channel 2763

SportPlus is a Greek language sports channel that airs the best sporting leagues and competitions from Greece. It is the first 24-hour sports channel in the world aimed at the Greek diaspora.

SportPlus airs live and tape delayed matches from Super League Greece, Football league and Greek Basket League. It also airs news and highlights shows.

Availability

SportPlus originally launched on 24 August 2014 in the United States on Dish Network. It subsequently launched in Australia on the MySat platform. On 26 March 2015, SportPlus launched in Canada on Bell Fibe TV via a partnership with Odyssey Television Network.

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