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Digi Sport 3 HD New Frequency on Thor 6 0.8°West

Digi Sport 3 HD New Frequency on Thor 6 0.8°West

On June 11, 2011, with the launch of Digi Sport 3, the first two stations of Digi Sport, Digi Sport and Digi Sport Plus, were renamed into Digi Sport 1 and Digi Sport 2 respectively.

An HD simulcast of the channel was launched on March 8, 2012.
2012–2018, 2021
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On August 11, 2012, Digi Sport 2 was rebranded, alongside other Digi Sport channels. This logo was briefly reused in October 2021.
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In October 2018, the 2012 logo was redesigned. A few months later, in 2019, the redesigned logo was also adapted to the Hungarian version. Digi Sport is a Romanian sports television group which belongs to RCS & RDS: Digi Sport was a Hungarian sports television network that was launched on 23 July 2009, available only on the Digi TV platform. It is offered as a set of three channels, called Digi Sport 1, Digi Sport 2, Digi Sport 3.

On 2nd August 2019, the redesigned 2012 logo began to be used on air and the current font is the Roboto typeface. Later it got adopted to the Romanian version, but it was adopted to the Hungarian version a few months later. The outros, screen-bug and the idents have been modified.

In June 2022, Digi Hungary owner 4iG publicly announced that they will close down their channels, with Digi Sport being the first to shut down on August 5, and the rest of the channels on September 1st. Football

Serie A (until 2021)
Ligue 1 (until 2021)
UEFA Europa League (until 2021)
UEFA Europa Conference League (until 2022)
Premier League (until 2022) (shared with Spíler Tv)
Turkish Süper Lig (until 2019)
Copa del Rey


EuroLeague (until 2021)

Ice hockey

Erste Bank Liga (until 2019)


ATP Finals
ATP Tour Masters 1000
ATP Tour 500
ATP Tour 250
WTA Tour

Digi Sport 3 HD
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