Sea Games 2022
Date : May 12 to 23, 2022
Watch Free : VTV [ Vietnam]
Watch Live : Get Express VPN
The biannual event will be underway from May 12 to May 23 in Hanoi and 11 surrounding places, according to an international press conference on Monday [February 28]. This SEA Games program will include 40 sports with 526 medal events, attracting around 10,000 participants from 11 regional delegations.
So far, 7,000 members of international sports delegations have registered to attend the event that will accredit reporters in March. Vietnamese authorities have laid out plans by Vietnam Television (VTV) for covering the 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games), which will happen in and around Hanoi on 12-23 May.
The games were to have been held in November-December 2021 yet were delayed due to the pandemic. Vietnam will have them without precedent for 19 years. The Deputy Minister of Information and Communications, Pham Anh Tuan, told a public interview in Hanoi on 28 February that VTV was relied upon to communicate 15 to 17 games in real time.
VOV cited the clergyman as saying VTV would likewise attempt to meet solicitations from different nations for live inclusion of occasions they were contending in. The games will incorporate 40 games with 526 award occasions. They are relied upon to draw in around 10,000 members from 11 nations in the district.
Sorting out council authorities told the public interview that global games assignments and columnists going to the games wouldn’t be isolated regardless of whether COVID-19 cases were found. Just the people who tried positive would be isolated and checked.
Star Sports & ESPN
E-sport, for example, lured more than 100 million fans. Not only regional channels but also international ones such as ESPN and Star Sports are also really interested in this Games.”
Live on Social Media
Vietcontent has built plans for the marketing project in which apart from live broadcast on television as usual, for the first time in history supporters could enjoy their beloved games live on social media and networks such as the Over-the-top app (OTT) and Facebook.