6 new channels, more than 20 studios and 120 beIN Sports analysts to cover the Qatar 2022 World Cup

Doha – “Al-Quds Al-Arabi”: With fans of the round witch in the Arab region anticipating the launch of the region’s first hosted World Cup, attention is turning to the exclusive carrier of the World Cup. BN Sports Group, broadcasting from its headquarters in the Qatari capital, continues its preparations to provide the best services to Arab football fans everywhere. Just days away from the launch of a new studio and a new visual identity for its news channel, beIN MEDIA GROUP has strengthened its presence with 6 new beIN SPORTS MAX broadcasting more than 18 hours of exclusive content daily in ​​four languages, as well as showing all matches in the tournament in very high definition on beIN 4K. beIN Media Group and its sports channels have announced their plans to provide unprecedented and extensive coverage of the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup™, which is being staged for the first time in the Middle East and North Africa region. The group of media ensures coverage of all tournament events across 20 state-of-the-art studios in the whole country. As the official carrier of the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup™ in 24 countries in the Middle East and North Africa region in addition to France, the group plays an important role in the promotion of the State of Qatar and the tournament, which will take place from November 20 to December 18, during The illustrious coverage it provides at the level overall before and during the tournament. Over the past 19 years, beIN has transformed its headquarters in Qatar in one of the largest sports and entertainment broadcasting organizations in the world, making it best prepared to prepare exclusive and in-depth coverage of the tournament, which is to be hosted for the first time in the region and present it in four languages ​​to viewers in Qatar and the Arab world. Mohamed Al-Badr, Director of beIN Channels Network in Middle East and North Africa, he said: “It has been more than 10 years since Qatar made history by winning the rights to host the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup, and since that time, we at beIN have made unremitting efforts to offer an unparalleled experience in beIN.The world to all football fans in the region.” Al-Badr added, “beIN provides more than 20 state-of-the-art studios in all over the country, 6 new channels and high resolution coverage in four languages ​​with the presence of the most famous commentators and correspondents lined up in all stadiums, fan areas, hotels and training camps, in so that beIN SPORTS is the best choice to follow the biggest sports tournament in the world. beIN is aware of the characteristics of the State of Qatar, having lived through all stages of this journey, and stands out with its unique presence and proximity to the event, to provide the best coverage of its kind in the world. beIN has launched a package of 6 new beIN SPORTS MAX channels, broadcast in high definition, to show all the events of the tournament. The group of channels broadcasting around the clock is divided by language, in what broadcasts two channels in Arabic; two in English; two in French; In addition to the availability of the commentary in Spanish during the live matches on the two English channels, the Spanish commentators on the beIN channels have been specially selected by the Spanish league to comment during each match. Each of the new channels offers a distinctive 24-hour programming series with exclusive, live coverage of all 64 tournament matches, as well as two morning and evening programmes, a group of documentaries and introductory and in-depth programs from the field and in all of Qatar, get ready from teamand news in broadcast live from the heart of the event to the region and the world. beIN 4K also broadcasts all matches in high definition with both commentary in arab that in English. The transmission in Live starts on beIN SPORTS MAX 1 and 2 Arabic channels from 9:00 am and extends until 2:00 pm Mecca Al-Mukarramah time every day throughout the championship period. The morning broadcast will kick off with the Here Qatar program to shed light on the previous day’s events, cover news of the new tournament, and pave the way for the day’s events. Live broadcasts continue during each game and end with the Sports Evening program at 00:30. The biggest ones star internationals from the world of football, including Ricardo Kakà, Alessandro Del Piero, Arsene Wenger, Gabriel Batistuta and Ruud Gullit, join the Arab analytical studios. Viewers can select the language via the remote control of the set-top box beIN digital without subtitles in Arabic, which means viewers can hear their answers star global in English instead of in the subtitles in Arabic. The transmission in Live broadcast will start on English beIN SPORTS MAX channels 3 and 4 every day from 11:00 Mecca Al-Mukarramah time. Coverage begins with “World Cup Daily,” hosted by Matt Spiro and former Canada international Kailyn Kyle. beIN will prepare all matches with the schedule live ‘Countdown’ hosted by Nicky Crosby alongside Jason McAteer, who represented Ireland at the 1994 and 2002 World Cups. Coverage in Live coverage of the matches will also be presented by Richard Keyes, Andy Gray and Rishmin Choudhury, who will also be joined in studio by some of the best players in the world to comment on matches, including John Terry, Joe Cole, Peter Schmeichel and Gary Neville. Carrie Brown, Aran Summers, Andy Kerr and Adriano Del Monte report all the details, with on-field reports from all Qatari stadiums and landmarks. While the beIN SPORTS MAX 5 and 6 channels broadcast daily programs and documentaries in French in preparation for the tournament, the program “The D-Day” guides it, in which player Paul Pogba tells the story of the day in which the French national team won the tournament held in Moscow in 2018. The two channels are shown with the start of the tournament. The tournament has 4 daily programs that provide pre and post match, covering all the press conferences, training sessions and the enthusiastic atmosphere among the fans in the areas. The team beIN’s French commentary covers all matches in live, in addition to the French studios which are home to famous and ex players such as Luis Fernandez, Sonny Anderson and Marcel Desailly. The beIN SPORTS news channel, the leading sports news channel in Middle East and North Africa, broadcast in live 18 hours a day during tournament days. A news program is also available at 8 pm Makkah Al-Mukarramah time, also in sign language, as the channel wishes to make it accessible to all segments of society. In addition, beIN has produced more than 70 hours of unique tournament content for viewing across its various channels, including beIN-produced documentaries and programs on the 32 qualifying teams, star of the past and present tournament, the players who distinguished themselves in the tournament of questtournament year, host country preparations and more. The followers of the “Jeem TV” channel, dedicated to children, will have the opportunity to follow the sports entertainment program “Marhaba 2022” for two hours a day during the days of the tournament. This program features football trivia questions from 28 celebrities and dozens of children, and is broadcast by a studio dedicated to beIN channels in the Qatar Foundation Fan Zone in Oxygen Park. The program is part of the many activities for families that take place in thearea family of 400 square meters, which hosts distinguished guests, interactive games and a group of digital races, as well as a platform dedicated to the race program presented by the famous character “J”, “Anbar”. In a broadcast in studio fromarea “Musheireb”, the channel will feature 4 different segments: Sports for all, Your health in your food, Letters and meanings as well as the Painter segment. beIN’s premium digital coverage continues 24 hours a day before, during and after the tournament, with video content, post interactive on social mediahighlights from all 64 games, behind the scenes, player and coach interviews, special reports, squad analysis and exclusive coverage in studiofan reactions, highlights and comments in live coverage of all matches, plus a constantly updated snippet of the best highlights from the tournament. beIN will broadcast in conducted by more than 20 studios throughout the tournament. The channel’s modern headquarters is located in the heart of the Qatari capital, Doha, as well as 16 new studios specially designed to broadcast the tournament from the stadiums and in strategic locations overlooking the most important landmarks in various parts of the country, such as Al Bida Park, Souq Waqif, Sheraton Park and the Museum of Islamic Art Garden. beIN, in as the official broadcaster of the host country, it enjoys privileged positions on the sides of the stadium to guarantee the best coverage for its spectators. One studio special featuring extended reality (XR), augmented (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technologies was also equipped to display a countdown schedule directly before each of the tournament’s 64 matches. The countdown schedule offers viewers an immersive experience that takes them in an exciting journey in various locations including tournament stadiums, team residences and major landmarks in the State of Qatar. The illustrious team features 24 mobile correspondents experienced within the State of Qatar and 34 correspondents working to broadcast local, regional and global reactions, plus 40 of the biggest names in football to cover all the important topics of the tournament, including former winners of the tournament and international players from five continents, football legends from the Middle East and North Africa and a group of international experts that includes top-level coaches, famous commentators and referees who have managed top-level matches.