By Neha Aggarwal
A total of 613 players from 108 countries will compete at the Liebherr 2017 World Championships, it is certainly the most prestigious event this year. Additionally, it will also be the most extensively covered ITTF event ever, being broadcast to over 120 countries in the world. The ITTF is thrilled to bring some exciting table tennis action over the next eight days to its 1.8 million fans world wide across all social media platforms.
The online world feed will be available on the ITTF exclusive online channel itTV (Online only, subject to territorial broadcast restrictions) covering eight tables for all eight days, which is also available in HD version!
For our Asian fans, live feed will be available on the following channels:
- China – CCTV, Zhibo.TV Table 1 , Zhibo.TV Table 2 , PPTV
- Brunei – Astro
- India & Indian Subcontinents – Veqta
- Indonesia – RCTI
- Japan – TV Tokyo
- Malaysia – Astro
- Singapore – Eleven Sports Network
- Korea Republic – Fox Networks Group
- Taiwan – Eleven Sports Network
For our fans in Europe, please tune in to the following channels:
- France – beIN France
- Germany – ARF / ZDF
- Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia – Sports Klub
- Turkey – Saran Media
- Russia – Match TV
- Belarus – Match TV Planeta, National TV
- Poland – TVP Sport
- Greece & Cyprus – Nova
- Romania & Hungary – Digisports
- Finland – Elisa
We are also proud to introduce the biggest addition to our broadcast partners, ESPN3 in North America and CBC in Canada. If you are in Latin America, tune into DeporTV in Argentina, Globo in Brazil and CDO TV in Chile.
Our Australian fans can watch on Fox Australia and for the entire Sub-Saharan Africa, Star Times will bring you all the exciting action to a TV screen near you.
The ITTF will bring you all the instant match updates, live matches, player interviews, behind-the-scene shots and more fun moments all eight days on our social media platforms: Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, Weibo and WeChat.
So sit back, relax and enjoy the best table tennis action on earth for the next eight days at a screen right near you.