The Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) is pleased to announce an agreement with Caribbean sports broadcaster Island Sports Network (ISN) for the live streaming of its League Cup semi-finals and final scheduled for 9 December and 16 December respectively at the Arima Velodrome.
Based in Kingston, Jamaica, Island Sports Network is a pay-per-view service that has a declared policy of “developing under-served leagues and communities, and championing future athletes. As a sports network we focus on streaming broadcasts from the Caribbean markets to our mobile network called the Island Sports Network, available online, android and apple. We want to broadcast every league in the Caribbean. Whether that’s basketball in St. Kitts, baseball in the Dominican, or football in Jamaica, ISN will be the first dedicated sports network focused on promoting and enhancing the level of play in Caribbean leagues. Because of this passion, fifty percent of all subscription revenue go back to the leagues that you watch.”
In an international media release today, ISN stated, “We are excited to present to our members what Trinidad and Tobago football is all about and will continue our mission of growing and increasing the exposure of Caribbean sports to the world. This is another milestone for iSN bringing our total league partners to three in under two months:, the others being the top football league of Jamaica and Barbados..
On 9 December, Semi-final 1 is Queen’s Park CC v Petit Valley/Diego Martin United FC from 5.00PM, with Semi-final 2 showcasing FC Santa Rosa and Cunupia FC from 7.30PM. As an introductory promotion, these matches will be available to the international public free of charge on ISN.
TTSL is completing its first season of live television broadcasting with local company TTEN. The ISN app may be downloaded on its facebook page or at www.islandsports.net. TTSL and ISN will negotiate a multi-year agreement, including revenue share, early in 2019.