SuperSport will broadcast the Diski Challenge matches live
Pay-television broadcaster MultiChoice and the Premier Soccer League (PSL) have taken the wraps off a new football competition called the MultiChoice Diski Challenge.
The three-year agreement, which is being billed as a corporate social investment project by MultiChoice, will provide life skills and leadership development for players.
A programme to develop broadcasting skills among the youth is also planned. There will be five scholarships for players and production interns.
The games will be broadcast live or delayed on SuperSport and on community television channels that are broadcast on the DStv platform.
The Diski Challenge consists of 16 teams, split into two groups of eight teams each, which are representative of the general PSL. The two groups will play each other in an eight-team competition that comprises group stages, quarterfinals, semifinals and finals.
…SuperSport will broadcast the Diski Challenge matches live.
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