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Singapore sports organizer One expands into reality TV and beyond

CEO says diversification will 'bring more fans' as COVID hits physical events

A One Championship fight held in Singapore in January. (Photo courtesy of the company)

SINGAPORE -- Singaporean startup One Championship, a major martial arts event organizer in Asia, wants to diversify its businesses after the COVID-19 pandemic decimated audience attendance at sporting events.

The company's core business is holding mixed martial arts events at stadiums, through which it generates revenue from broadcast rights, advertising sponsorship and ticket sales.

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