The Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) says it was treated “unjustly and unfairly” by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) in the bidding process that led StarTimes to win the Ghana Premier League and FA Cup TV broadcast rights.
The bid they made was financially superior to that of StarTimes, according to the national broadcaster, and they questioned why the GFA was still going ahead to announce the Chinese company as winners.
On Wednesday, January 8, 2020, the GFA announced that StarTimes had won the right to broadcast a 5-year deal worth $5,250,000.00 to the Ghana Premier League and the FA Cup.
The amount is worth $1,050,000 per year. GBC claims that this amount is lower than its $1,050,000 offer.
At the end of the day, GBC wants to review the bidding process.
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