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NRL International Broadcasters for 2021

The 2021 NRL Telstra Premiership season gets underway this evening when the Melbourne Storm and South Sydney Rabbitohs go head to head at AAMI Park.

Across the Southern Hemisphere, fans of the sport will be able to catch the game on one of a range of local broadcasters or via the WatchNRL. Details of the respective broadcasters for each nation within the Asia Pacific remit are below.

Brunei – Fox Sports Asia, WatchNRL
Malaysia – Fox Sports Asia, WatchNRL
Singapore – Fox Sports Asia, WatchNRL
Thailand – 3BBTV, WatchNRL

All other Areas – WatchNRL

American Samoa – Sky Pacific
Cook Islands – Sky Pacific
Fiji – FijiTV, Sky Pacific
Kiribati – Sky Pacific
Naru – Sky Pacific
Niue – Sky Pacific
New Caledonia – beIN Sports
Papua New Guinea – TVWAN, TVWAN Action, Digicel Play
Samoa – TV3
Solomon Islands – Sky Pacific
Tonga – Digicel, Sky Pacific
Tuvalu – Sky Pacific
Vanuatu – Digicel, Sky Pacific
Wallis & Futuna – beIN Sports

Angola – ESPN, WatchNRL
Botswana – ESPN, WatchNRL
Namibia – ESPN, WatchNRL
Madagascar – ESPN, WatchNRL
Mozambique – ESPN, WatchNRL
South Africa – ESPN, WatchNRL
Zambia – ESPN, WatchNRL
Zimbabwe – ESPN, WatchNRL

All Areas – WatchNRL

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