Total Sports Asia has inked a three year deal with TNA to air TNA programming across South East Asia excluding Thailand, a deal which will increase TNA’s distribution and revenue in the region.
“It is a sport that transcends religious, racial and regional boundaries to become appointment TV in every country and we are delighted to be working with TNA to really take the brand to the next level of success given the high quality of programming that TNA delivers week in, week out,” said TSA’s Chief Content Officer, Julian Jackson.
“We have great confidence that TSA will help drive the TNA Wrestling brand forward in South Asia, and deliver great content for broadcasters throughout the region. We have known and worked with TSA for many years and we’re looking forward to this new dimension in our working relationship,” said Richard Dennis, Managing Director of RDA Television.
The deal was done by RDA Television, a UK-based company which holds the worldwide TV rights for TNA.