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Why does Malaysia Television not buy the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier match's copyright against Vietnam?

Why does Malaysia Television not buy the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier match's copyright against Vietnam?

For many reasons, television stations in Malaysia did not buy the copyright of 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier with the Vietnamese team which took place on the evening of October 10th on My Dinh Stadium.

According to many sources, the Vietnam-Malaysia match at the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier will not be broadcast live in Malaysia. The reason is that there is currently no Malaysian television unit that has reached an agreement to buy the wave with Next Media, which holds the copyright of the home team of the Vietnamese team at 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier in Asia.

Before the match, Next Media offered the price of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier copyright package for the Asian team at home to the Vietnamese media. Specific price has not been disclosed. But the value of the contract may be equal to or higher than the television rights of the second leg of the two teams in Malaysia.

However, in response to the above information, Malaysian television stations said that this price was too high. They only agree to pay a much lower price than Next Media's request, which is equivalent to 1/10 of the value of the contract introduced.

With these differences in negotiations, the two sides have not yet been able to find a common voice. Therefore, it is likely that Malaysian fans are not allowed to watch the pet players playing in My Dinh Stadium.

After many days of negotiation, both sides could not reach an agreement. And so, the Malaysian side decided to refuse to buy the right to broadcast the upcoming match.

According to the schedule, the first leg between Vietnam and Malaysia will take place at 21:00 on 10/10 (GMT+8) on My Dinh National Stadium.