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Arena Channels Group confirmed as the official media partner for the European University

Arena Channels Group

International broadcaster Arena Channels Group has been affirmed as the authority media accomplice for the European University Sports Association (EUSA) 2021 European Universities Games in Belgrade in Serbia.

Broadcasting donning rivalries in Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and North Macedonia, the Arena Channels Group will currently air the Games in July.

This participation understanding was endorsed in the Arena studio by Predrag Juskovic, head of the impending European Universities Games, and Nebojsa Zugic, overseer of the Arena Channels Group.

Juskovic expressed gratitude toward the Arena Channels Group for perceiving the significance of the Games, and trusted that the two players would invest wholeheartedly in getting sorted out the occasion.

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“Much obliged to you for a day that is memorable for the European Universities Games, yet in addition for the EUSA,” said Juskovic.

“We are happy that you have perceived the significance of the actual occasion, which is multifunctional and, notwithstanding sports, has a social and social character, which incorporates different projects for trading encounters of understudies from colleges from everywhere Europe. “The Games are significant for our country, however of a worldwide character, and I am certain that we will be pleased with all that we will accomplish together in the coming period.”

Field Channels Group will give content across the occasion, delivering shows and broadcasting matches and rivalries with an open studio in the Athletes’ Village.

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The European Universities Games in Belgrade are planned to occur from July 14 to 17 and will include 21 distinct orders.

These are badminton, b-ball, 3×3 b-ball, sea shore handball, sea shore volleyball, chess, football, futsal, handball, judo, karate, kickboxing, orienteering, paddling, rugby sevens, table tennis, taekwondo, volleyball and water polo.

Para-table tennis is additionally on the program, as is sitting volleyball as a show sport.

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