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Astro SuperSport
Astro Supersport HD.png
Broadcast areaBrunei
HeadquartersKuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Picture format16:9 (HDTV)
Sister channelsAstro Arena
Astro Box Office
eGG Network
Launched1 June 1996; 26 years ago (1996-06-01)
2000 (Astro Box Office Sport)
18 November 2009; 13 years ago (2009-11-18) (Astro SuperSport 2)
1 July 2010; 12 years ago (2010-07-01) (Astro SuperSport 3)
23 April 2013; 9 years ago (2013-04-23) (Astro SuperSport 4)
1 October 2021; 16 months ago (2021-10-01) (Astro SuperSport 5)
Closed1 August 2016 (HyppTV)
30 November 2020 (SD)
Former namesAstro Showcase/Season Pass (for Astro Box Office Sport)

Astro SuperSport is an English language in-house subscription satellite television network in Malaysia dedicated to broadcasting sports-related content 24 hours a day. It is available on the Astro via Channels 810 & 831 (HD) to subscribers of the Sports package only.[1] Launched in 1996 as one of Astro's original channels, Astro SuperSport offers a variety of international sporting events such as football, badminton, motorsport, rugby, volleyball, golf and WWE shows. Astro SuperSport broadcasts in HD on Channel 831. The network has been broadcasting studio shows around major football in HD like the Premier League and FIFA World Cup since 2010 and magazine shows like FourFourTwo since 2011.


Astro Box Office Sport

Further information: Astro Box Office

Astro Box Office Sport is the first pay-per-view channel of Astro. Launched on 2000, it is broadcast on Astro via Channel 200. This channel focuses on the most sporting events live around the world, such as boxing and WWE.

Astro SuperSport Plus

Astro SuperSport Plus was the extra channel of Astro SuperSport. It is broadcast on Astro in HD.

Astro SuperSport 2

Astro SuperSport 2 is the second sister channel of Astro SuperSport. Launched on 18 November 2009, it is broadcast on Astro via Channel 811 and in high-definition Channel 833. Sporting events that are aired on this network events include the BWF Super Series, the ATP World Tour Finals, the J-League, the Bundesliga, the Ligue 1 as well as American competitions like NFL and NHL and Mexican competitions like Copa MX.

Astro SuperSport 3

Astro SuperSport 3 is the third sister channel of Astro SuperSport. Launched on 1 July 2010, it is broadcast on Astro via Channel 816 and in high-definition Channel 834.

Astro SuperSport 4

Astro SuperSport 4 is the forth sister channel of Astro SuperSport. Launched on 23 April 2013, it is broadcast on Astro via Channel 817 in SD. HD version is available via channel 836. It simulcasts games such as FA Cup, NBA Games, WNBA, Badminton Premier, Superseries and Grand Prix Gold, WTA Tour plus pulsating shows of WWE such as WWE Raw, WWE Smackdown, WWE NXT, WWE This Week and WWE Bottomline. [2]

eGG Network

Further information: EGG Network

eGG (every Good Game) is the first 24/7 eSports, Gaming Entertainment Network in Southeast Asia [3] and is the gaming channel Of Astro Supersport. Launched on 13 August 2015 as the Astro SuperSport Plus, previously this channel only available in Malaysia as the special sister channel of Astro SuperSport but due to high enthusiasm of eSports fans outside Malaysia, from 7 June 2016, the channel changed its name and was launched officially as eGG.[4] After the eGG Network launched in 2016, the channel is also available for the viewers in Australia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand. This channel focuses on e-sports, and broadcasts electronic games tournaments live around the world. The first tournament broadcast through this channel was The International 2015.[5]

Astro SuperSport 5

Astro SuperSport 5 is the fifth sister channel of Astro SuperSport. Launched on 1 October 2021, it is broadcast on Astro via Channel 815. It airs world class sporting events that were on Fox Sports (which is set to cease its operations also on the same date) such as UFC, Bundesliga, Formula 1, BWF Badminton, AFC Football, ATP Tennis and more. Astro SuperSport 5 also airs SPOTV2 programming.



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Table tennis

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Multi-sport events


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Futsal and Beach Soccer


  1. ^ "Astro SuperSport". Archived from the original on 27 May 2010. Retrieved 16 August 2010.
  2. ^ "Astro Content". content.astro.com.my. Retrieved 1 March 2022.
  3. ^ "Astro eGG official website". Astro eGG. 13 June 2016. Retrieved 13 June 2016.
  4. ^ "Astro launches eGG, the first eSports channel in Southeast Asia". Astro Awani. 27 April 2016. Retrieved 13 June 2016.
  5. ^ "Astro offers Dota 2 Championships 2015 live". Astro Awani. 30 July 2015. Retrieved 13 June 2016.

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