— Published 25 April 2023

A streaming platform to prepare Bali 2023

The Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) is joining the movement. It announced on Monday 24 April the launch of its streaming platform, the first in its history. Soberly named ANOC.tv, it is operated by the company Sportall, a major player in the sports streaming solutions market. The platform will be completely free of charge and available worldwide. It will offer live coverage and highlights of ANOC events, including the 2023 World Beach Games in Bali, as well as the association’s general assembly and awards evening. ANOC.tv will also serve as a free platform for National Olympic Committees who would like to launch their own OTT channels. In the meantime, ANOC has concluded broadcasting agreements with several international federations directly involved in the multi-sport event, until it is able to operate at full capacity at the next World Beach Games (August 5 to 12). They provide for the broadcasting of international competitions in disciplines on the programme, including beach tennis, air badminton and beach wrestling.