One World Sports Viewers Share The Action On Simul TV

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Innovative Service Provides OWS Fans With A Global Living Room

Dallas, TX and New York, NY: ONE World Sports (OWS) today announced that it is now available on Simul TV. Simul TV is a social television technology that allows viewers to simultaneously stream content.

OWS is the first English language multi-screen, multi-platform Asian focused network in the United States. The leader in Asian sports coverage, OWS features live and same day coverage of top Asian sporting events including Japanese baseball, Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Soccer and the OneAsia golf tour.

“Simul TV is an excellent platform for OWS,” said Dave Almstead, CEO ONE Media Corp, the parent company of OWS. “It allows sports fans in North America to watch their favorite sports at the same time as their friends and family in Asia. They can root for their favorite teams and cheer the action with their mates via the picture-in-picture technology. When friends and family are far away, being able to watch sports via OWS and Simul TV is like being together in the same living room.” The easiest way to get started will be to sign up at, get your invite code and start connecting.

This partnership comes at the right time for more than 10 million Asians already living in the US with an estimated 400 thousand more to arrive each year. “We are thrilled to offer OWS as part of our line-up,” according to Steven Turner, CEO IMN, the parent company of Simul TV. “We knew right away that they would be a perfect fit. As the leader in Asian sports television, they have a widespread audience around the globe that wants to share the sports experience with friends and family members that live elsewhere.”

Until now, blogs and forums became a popular place to show loyalty and post opinions but most sites lacked the ability to stream live gaming events. Now, Asian sports fans can watch hometown legends from premiere Chinese Basketball and Golf Leagues, Gymnastics and Aquatics Events, Badminton and Pool Table Tournaments, and Professional Japanese Baseball Teams instantly expressing their passion for the game through face-to-face interactions. Simul TV made sure to include audio, text and social media options so each viewer can feel like a play-by-play commentator to those not watching on our network.

For more information please contact:
Jodi Morelli
Email: media(at)oneworldsports(dot)com
Tel: +1 203.249.2839

David Andersen, ONE World Sports
Email: dandersen(at)

About ONE World Sports
ONE World Sports is a new sports network created especially for sports fans craving access to a broad array of popular professional sports from Asia and around the World. The 24/7, English language, ad-supported network is available on all platforms, and delivers a mix of exclusive live and recorded sports programming with proprietary distribution technology. With exclusive licensing deals for championships, events, and qualification tournaments from Asia and the Pacific, ONE World Sports has broken the international sports barrier with a lineup of professional team sports, including soccer, basketball and golf featuring today’s leading Asian, American, European and Latin American players.

ONE World Sports is owned and operated by ONE Media Corp, a privately owned company based in Dallas. The company also owns and operates ONE CONNXT, an IP transport provider; America ONE Television, a general entertainment and sports broadcast network; and America ONE Sports, a leading provider of live sports via broadband pay-per-view.

To learn more about ONE World Sports, go to

About Simul TV

For more information please contact:
Tel: +1 540.358.0812

Simul TV is a product of Interconnect Media Network Systems (IMN), a Virginia-based media company. It specializes in video ingestion and encoding, as well as HD and SD transcoding and delivery using adaptive bitrate streaming. IMN has both hardware and cloud based services as well as a full line of products that will seamlessly integrate with broadcast workflow.

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