Cape Town – Floyd Mayweather versus Conor McGregor – the wealthiest, most-advertised and over-the-top enclosing battle history – will be communicated live on DStv's SuperSport 2 and Maximo 1 crosswise over Africa in the early hours of Sunday, August 27.
SuperSport will cross to Las Vegas at 03:00 for the activity pressed undercard with the fundamental session anticipated that would begin after 05:00.
The whole competition will be communicated to DStv Premium supporters just in High Definition from the T-Mobile Arena.
Dissimilar to in the US, where the battle will be accessible in HD on pay-per-see for $99.95 (R1 300), the occasion is incorporated into SuperSport's Premium offering among its other blue riband content with no additional charge.
With regards to the custom of broadcasting super-battles, from Marvin Hagler versus Tommy Hearns and Mike Tyson versus Michael Spinks to Mayweather against Manny Pacquiao, SuperSport has been in the vanguard of conveying the activity that issues.
"This has been at the highest priority on our rundown as far back as the battle was declared," said Gideon Khobane, CEO of SuperSport.
"Individuals keep on talking of the colossal battles we conveyed to watchers in the 1980s and past. Be that as it may, this is more than a battle, it's a uber occasion with layers of discussion, energy and interest. We'll likewise be assembling extraordinary foundation programming particularly for our esteemed DStv clients around the battle."
Charged as "The Money Fight", the challenge has drawn as much acclaim as it has feedback for the idea of the coordinate: boxing's most praised warrior of the most recent decade against Mixed Martial Arts' most radiant star who still can't seem to take part in an expert boxing battle.
Huge battle fans can watch through their decoders or on DStv Now, on the web or the application.
Non-DStv clients will have the capacity to watch the battle on the web TV benefit Showmax later in the day. Showmax costs R99 every month for boundless survey and has more than 25 000 TV demonstrate scenes, motion pictures, kids shows and documentaries.