Thailand to haggle for discounted SEA Games broadcasting rights

Cambodia is the very first host country of the Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) to charge membership countries a broadcasting rights fee, costing US$800,000, or about 28 million baht.

Thailand plans to negotiate the cost before the games begin in May, citing that the fee is too expensive.

The secretary-general of the Cambodia SEA Games Organizing Committee and National Olympic Committee of Cambodia, Vath Chamroeun, recently announced on the official website of the SEA Games 2023 that member countries would be required to pay fees for broadcasting rights for the first time ever.

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