Bahrain-based Brave Combat Federation has confirmed that the Brave 14 will have the largest broadcast coverage for a mixed martial arts event hosted in the continent of Africa.
Brave 14 will be held in the Omni Sport indoor club of Tangier, Morocco on August 18. It will be broadcasted live across Europe, North America, South America, Middle East, Australia and Africa.
The coverage is the largest for a modern day combat sports event hosted in the continent of Africa.
StarSat and VodaCom will act as the live broadcast partners for Africa. Abu Dhabi Sports will broadcast its first mixed martial arts event from the continent of Africa in the MENA region.
Brave 14 will also be streamed live through digital content provider – Fite TV, in Canada, Australia, UK and the US. FloCombat will solely focus in the US.
The federation had secured the patronage from His Majesty King Mohammed VI of Morocco to host Brave 14.
A total of 11 nations has confirmed to be represented in the fight card creating the largest global representation for a professional mixed martial arts event in Africa. Athletes will represent the US, Canada, UK, Russia, Sweden, Italy, France, Brazil, Mexico, Syria and the Philippines.
“We are committed to grow our global broadcast footprint through constantly expanding list of broadcast partners. Brave 14 marks the first step by the initiative led under the instructions of His Highness Shaikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa to the continent of Africa,” said Brave Combat Federation president Mohammed Shahid.
“More events will be revealed alongside upcoming global partnerships during the Brave Global Expansion 2018 conference held in the Kingdom of Bahrain on 8th August, 2018 at Ritz Carlton.”
Meanwhile, Brave Combat Federation hosted a major press conference in Rabat, Morocco.
The press conference, which was presided by Brave director Lucas Carrano, Abu Azaitar, Ottman Azaitar and Meriem, discussed the details of the event.