Kwese Sports Latest Biss Key Update 2022
Kwese TV was a subscription-based Zimbabwean satellite and network owned by Econet Wireless Zimbabwe, under Econet Media. The service was shut down formally on 1 November 2018. Customers that had bought the satellite could still watch Free to air content on their Kwese equipment but could no longer watch subscription content, which was pulled immediately.
Kwese Sports New Biss Key 2022
Channel Name : Kwese Sports
Satellite : Intelsat 20 (IS-20) -68.5° East
Transponder Kwese Sports : 12633 V 16166
Kwese Sports Frequency : 12633
Pol : V
Kwese Sports Symbolrate : 16166
SID : 0001
Video PID : 1001
Audio PID : 0398
Kwese Sports 3877 L 6420 On Belintersat 51.5°E
Kwese Sports 3742 L 13930 C-Band On Intelsat 22 72.1°E
TP Kwese Sport 3768 R 7706 On Eutelsat 10°E
CW : AABB CC 3111 22 3366
Kwese Sports Biss Key :
- F7 E9 02 E2 81 CD A6 F4
- F2 A1 08 9B 16 AF C1 86
- D6 A1 4B D4 4C 49 02 24
Kwese Free Sports, Kwese Play (a subscription Video On Demand for TV) and Kwese iflix (Subscription Video On Demand for mobile phones)
In December 2015, Strive Masiyiwa announced on his blog that Econet Global was about to launch a Pay TV service known as Kwesé TV. According to Masiyiwa, the TV would only focus on sports and entertainment programming to African markets.
The name Kwese is derived from a Shona word “Kwesé” which means “everywhere” and “anywhere”.
In March 2016, a local publication announced that Econet Wireless International had hired top African television media executive, Joseph Hundah, to head its newly formed Kwese TV across the continent.