The journeys of mycujoo, which in 2015, in its words, embarked on its journey to transform and disrupt football broadcasting forever by creating a unique digital value proposal to all stakeholders of football – federations, leagues, clubs, players and fans at all levels of the game,” and the country of Nepal, which lost its “A” Division football league, connect in a four-year agreement in which All-Nepal Football Association (ANFA) competitions can be seen on the mycujoo platform.
According to mycujoo’s announcement this week, the agreement encompasses all ANFA sanctioned/organized competitions, as well as any competitions organized by FIFA, AFC or SAFF in Nepal. This will include the 91 matches of this season’s newly launched Martyr’s Memorial ‘A’ Division League, as well as Women’s leagues, Futsal leagues and other competitions.
“mycujoo is strengthening its footprint in Asia with this new agreement with ANFA,” said Pedro Presa, CEO of mycujoo, in a statement. “After our initial partnership with the AFC, we have now 38 multi-year agreements with national associations across Asia. We are by far the single most important factor in the digitalization of football, in Asia and worldwide.”