nexGTv bags exclusive digital rights for French Open 2015

NEW DELHI: Digivive Services’ nexGTv has acquired the exclusive telecast rights for mobiles and digital platforms of the 114th edition of French Open 2015.


Viewers on mobiles or with PCs / laptops and tablets can experience French Open 2015 live and seamless on their digital devices via the single sign-on facility offered by nexGTv.


Digivive director and CEO GD Singh said, “At nexGTv, our every effort is always to keep our viewers entertained. We are delighted to bring French Open Live for every tennis-enthusiast in the country. Affinity for Tennis, much like certain other sports, has been rapidly rising and like cricket, competition in tennis is intense, action is fast-paced and edgy and the sport requires all-round fitness. We are confident that viewers will appreciate experiencing the real-time, on-ground action on their mobile devices and cheer their respective stars to victory.”


For devotees of the tournament, the entire Championship comprising 128 Singles matches and 64 Doubles matches would be available on nexGTv.


Viewers can download the nexGTv app, available across all platforms including Android, iOS, Windows and Tizen from the respective App stores, free of cost, to watch defending champions Rafael Nadal and Maria Sharapova sweat it out for the ultimate prize money of $34.5 million. 

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