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Sony Sports Network becomes official broadcaster for inaugural edition of Pro Panja League

The first edition of the League will be broadcast on Sony Sports Ten 1 and Sony Sports Ten 1 HD channels

Pro Panja League has partnered with Sony Sports Network for its first season and will be telecast on Sony Sports Ten 1 and Sony Sports Ten 1 HD channels this year. 

This will be the inaugural season of the League, which was launched in 2020 by actors/producers Parvin Dabas and Preeti Jhangiani. 

Since its inception, Pro Panja League has held two editions of ranking Tournaments, multiple Mega Matches along with several promotional events across the country.

Since Pro Panja's previous Ranking Tournament held in Gwalior in July 2022, the league has garnered over 215 million social media views across all platforms, showcasing the craze amongst fans to see the sport on a major platform. The arm-wrestling action will see six teams comprising of arm-wrestlers from all over India competing across multiple weight categories. 

Pro Panja League Co-Owner Parvin Dabas said, "We are delighted to join hands with Sony Sports Network and are proud to see them adopting the ancient sport of arm-wrestling. Fans will finally get a chance to view the sport on a professional level for the first time in India. We are delighted to present it to the audience in the entertaining Pro Panja style on such a big platform and we hope to reach out to every sports fan across the country. Pro Panja League is the only league in the country that has categories across men's, women's, and physically challenged divisions. We have created a really engaging product and the audience is in for a big ride."

Rajesh Kaul, Chief Revenue Officer, Distribution and Head – Sports Business, Sony Pictures Networks India, said, “There is a huge appeal for homegrown leagues and the Pro Panja League is no exception. Sony Sports Network is pleased to bring the excitement and thrill of professional arm-wrestling to viewers across India. The league's popularity on social media and the enthusiasm of the fans is a testament to the immense potential of the sport in the country."

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