SPOTV kickstarts 2023 MotoGPTM Season with free trial on SPOTV NOW

BY Sean Loo

Sports fans in Southeast Asia are in for a treat as leading sports entertainment platform, SPOTV, kicks off the new MotoGPTM season this week.

On top of offering a free trial for their streaming app, SPOTV NOW, fans can enjoy 2 weeks of live streaming on SPOTV NOW for free when they sign up during the period of 22nd March – 4th April 2023.

This will not only garner free access to catch all of the action from the highly anticipated opening MotoGPTM race in Portugal and MotoGPTM Argentina race, but also the Formula E Prix in Sao Paulo Brazil.

2023 is poised to be the biggest year of premier class motorcycle racing yet, as the 2023 MotoGP™ World Championship will not only mark the 75th edition in the history of the Motorcycle World Championship, but also the 1000th Grand Prix at Le Mans in May.

With 21 Grands Prix in 18 different countries and the addition of 21 MotoGP™ Sprint races, the season opener will commence in Portugal, who’s hosting the first race of the season for the first time, from 24 - 26 March 2023.

Watch all the action unfold with SPOTV’s full coverage of all MotoGP™ races this year on its linear channels as well as on SPOTV NOW, which also includes the Helicam and onboard camera views.

Additionally, the SPOTV crew will also be on-the-ground in Portugal to bring viewers additional content that they can access on social media. Viewers can look forward to behind-the-scenes and daily highlight clips, Facebook onsite Live sessions at the paddock starting and fan zones and exclusive rider interviews.

Best of all, the free trial will commence for two weeks from date of sign up (e.g. sign up is on 4 April, free trial will be from 4 - 17 April).

SPOTV’s social media collaterals are (@SPOTVSEA) on Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Twitter. Available in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Singapore on Google Play Store and App Store. SPOTV channels are also available in Singapore on Singtel and Starhub.