Altice Portugal seeks insolvency of Nowo's Oni

Monday 24 September 2018 | 11:17 CET | News
Altice Portugal has requested the insolvency of Oni, a wholesaler controlled by Nowo, the operator that has an agreement with Eleven Sports for the distribution of football rights such as the Champions League and the Spanish league. This request for insolvency has formally been submitted in Lisbon and concerns debt exceeding EUR 6 million, according to Economia Online. The reasons for the request are Oni's inability to pay off its debts and unbalanced books. 

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Altice Portugal / Eleven Sports / Nowo / Oni
Countries: Portugal
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