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Es’hailSat, the Qatar Satellite Company, has declared the extension and expansion of their collaboration with beIN MEDIA GROUP (beIN), the premier global sports and entertainment broadcaster. This partnership entails providing satellite capacity, uplink services, connectivity, and round-the-clock operational support via the Es’hail-2 satellite stationed at the 26⁰ East hotspot, covering the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. These upgraded services are based on Es’hailSat’s growing product and service portfolio that continues to strengthen the multi-channel, multi-year, multi-transponder partnership between beIN and Es’hailSat.

The renewal of the partnership was signed during a signing ceremony held at beIN’s headquarters in Doha by Ali Ahmed Al-Kuwari, President and CEO, Es’hailSat; and Mohammad Abdulaziz Al-Subaie, Chief Executive Officer, beIN MENA, in the presence of senior executives from both sides.

“Es’hailSat is delighted to renew and build upon our long-standing partnership with beIN and expand upon the various services already provided to beIN as a prestigious anchor broadcaster at our satellite hotspot,” said Ali Ahmed Al-Kuwari, President and CEO, Es’hailSat. “We believe that the growing needs of beIN, on the back of world class events in Qatar and across the Middle East, are best served by the expanding list of products and services that Es’hailSat continues to provide as a satellite operator and service provider.”

Mohammad Abdulaziz Al-Subaie, Chief Executive Officer, beIN MENA, said, “We are pleased to reaffirm our long-standing partnership with Es’hailSat, who have been providing vital satellite services to beIN MEDIA GROUP since it was incorporated in 2014. And it’s through this strategic alliance that beIN is able to deliver a seamless viewing experience of the world’s premium sports and entertainment to millions across the MENA region.

Es’hailSat provides satellite, broadcast, teleport, playout and end-to-end managed services from Doha, Qatar. The company brings more than 12 years of experience in catering to broadcasters, telecommunication companies, enterprises, maritime applications and governments across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) to this relationship. Es’hailSat's infrastructure comprises two satellites, Es’hail-1 and Es’hail-2, stationed at 25.5/26⁰ East, along with a 50,000 sqm teleport facility. This comprehensive setup enables Es’hailSat to deliver dependable and resilient broadcasting, playout, and connectivity services throughout the MENA region.

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