Paralympics Committee of India  Awards Eurosport India Rights to Broadcast Tokyo Paralympics

As Olympics 2020 is overall the attention is certainly will be shifted to Paralympics which is all set to start from 27th August 2021 it is reported that the Paralympics Committee of India has handed over the rights to broadcast Paralympics matches in India to EuroSport.

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On 27th August 2021, Indian player will start their action in the upcoming Paralympics when the Men’s and Women’s archery team from India will start their campaign also DD Sports will also telecast Indian player matches on their Cable and DTH platforms that was confirmed on their official Twitter handle.

The Paralympics event for the first time will be broadcasted on Euro Sports India and apart from that you can witness all the action on Discovery+ app too.

The confirmation about Euro Sport India broadcasting Paralympics matches of Indian players was confirmed by the Gursharan Singh, who is currently serving as the secretary  of Paralympics association of India and he said that “”At the brink of a historic National Sporting Movement, our Indian Para Sportsmen are inspired and excited to win glory and pride for the Country at the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. Such honouring moments must and would be shared and celebrated. Indians masses across the globe should be able to bask in the triumphant performance of our Paralympic Stars. Eurosport will be our official Media Broadcasting Partner to share the exciting minute to minute live telecast of the said biggest Para Sporting Event.”


Vijay Rajput who is currently serving as the Head of Euro Sports India talked about their association with Paralympics Association of India in detail and stressed that it will certainly help us promote Paralympics sports all over the world.

“This is a milestone event in the short life of Eurosport India. Eurosport is the Home of the Olympics in Europe, and our association with the Tokyo 2020 Summer Paralympic Games will be the first step towards a similar journey in India. While the Olympics may receive all the glory, and rightfully so this year with a scintillating performance from India, it’s now time to promote our incredible Paralympic athletes who have made the country proud time and again.”