Unifi Sports

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unifi Sports
Unifi Sports.png
Country Malaysia
Broadcast area Malaysia
Language(s) English
Picture format16:9 (HDTV)
Owner Telekom Malaysia Berhad
Sister channelsDEGUP
Dunia Sinema
Salam HD
LaunchedSeptember 15, 2012 (as HyppSports HD)
February 28, 2019 (as unifi Sports)
ClosedJanuary 1, 2019 (as HyppSports HD)
February 1, 2023 (Unifi Sports 2 - 4 only)
Former namesHyppSports 1 & 2 HD (2012-2018)
HyppSports 3 HD (2012-2019)
HyppSports 4 HD (2012-2017)
Website https://unifi.com.my/tv
Streaming media
unifi playTV Watch live
(Malaysia only)

unifi Sports (formerly HyppSports HD) is an in-house subscription IPTV network in Malaysia dedicated to broadcasting sports-related content 24 hours a day. It is available exclusively on unifi TV.



Launched in 2012 as one of unifi TV original channels, HyppSports Illustrated HD (a joint-venture between unifi TV and Sports Illustrated Asia) offers a sports of international sporting events such as football, badminton, motorsport, rugby, volleyball and golf. unifi TV also operates two sister channels, HyppSports Illustrated 2 HD and HyppSports 3 HD on channels 702 & 703 respectively, along with a high definition simulcast of all channels.

The network was eventually closed in 2019 but after TM regain broadcasting rights of the top Malaysian football competitions/tournaments, a year later, unifi TV relaunch the sports network with its new name, unifi Sports. [1]

Current rights

Mixed martial arts


Former rights



  • Malaysia Superbike Championship

Sister names

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