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yalla shoot bein sport is a global sports channel owned by Qatari Sports Investments (an affiliate of Al Jazeera Media Network).

This subscription satellite TV channels into Indonesia in mid-2013 as part of the deal the Premier League broadcast contracts between MP & Silva together OrangeTV, Nexmedia, Transvision, and UseeTV and later MNC Sky Vision and MNC Play Media. In December 2013, the channel is also expanding its business by cooperating with TelkomVision (now renamed by Transvision), and in mid-2014 with K-vision. But on November 21, 2014, First Media and BiG TV did not work together again regarding contractual issues between the two sides.

Since April 1, 2016 Bein Sports no longer cooperate with Transvision, but UseeTV still publish today. Meanwhile, Bein Sports will also be present in Indovision, Top TV, Okevision, and MNC Play Media began August 10th, 2016.  yalla shoot

Bein Sport 2 LD

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