OTT platform iflix has partnered with Football Malaysia Limited Liability Partnership (FMLLP) to livestream the Super League, Malaysia Cup, FA Cup and Premier League.
According to Goal.com, the matches are available for free for all the Malaysian fans. iflix will further create exclusive content like match reviews as well as player interviews.
All matches from the Super League and Malaysia Cup will be shown live on iflix while only selected matches from the FA Cup and Premier League will be livestreamed.
FMLLP chairman HRH Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim said: "Football is the people's sport. It brings us together and unify us. Malaysian people wherever they are should be able to enjoy it without restrictions. With iflix, we have found the partner with the same vision to return football to the people."
FMLLP chief executive officer Kevin Ramalingam said: "We wanted an inclusive deal that could reach the masses. Football should be accessible to everyone. The module is a free one for 2018 and we will slowly move into a subscription in later years. It will not cost more than RM20 monthly then."
The Drum earlier spoke with iflix co-founder Mark Britt on how he plans to expand the brand in a market which is currently dominated by Netflix.