The ‘official pay-per-view’ streaming platform of Manchester City collapses

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The official ‘pay-per-view’ streaming platform of Manchester City has collapsed into administration. The Premier League champions announced in summer 2022 that they have launched an official Recast Channel. It would allow the followers to stream their matches exclusively live anywhere. Moreover, during the two pre-season tours to United States and Asia, City enabled fans across the globe to tune-in live.

However, it now appears that this service will no longer be available to global supporters of Manchester City. According to the information of Sky News’ Mark Kleinman, Recast has now collapsed into administration after the failure of funding talks, calling in Interpath Advisory to handle its insolvency on Friday. As per the report, the company completed several funding rounds. However, it has now run out of options after a recent financing commitment failure.

According to Sky News, Alistair McAlinden, head of Interpath said,

Recast had enjoyed success with its offering, securing high-profile names from across the sporting spectrum, including Manchester City and Inter Milan, as commercial partners. Unfortunately, however, with the committed funding having not been received Recast was not able to continue operating.”

Manchester City enjoyed great success in streaming their own in-house content. Furthermore, the supporters of the club are eagerly waiting for the latest edition of their seasonal first-team documentaries. It will provide an exclusive insight into the team to the fans.

Manchester City also revealed last month, saying;

“The six-part docuseries, currently in production, will offer fans the complete inside story of City’s greatest-ever season, with unseen footage charting the immersive journey our players and staff experienced en route to securing football’s Holy Grail.

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