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Update: HT Media buys over 50% stake in an elusive football portal

HT Media has bought a majority stake of 50.5% stake in an online football portal called Sports Asia through its Singapore subsidiary HT Overseas, the company informed the stock exchanges. Sports Asia is a Singapore-based company and has a website, mobile and tablet app, and a messaging app. However, we were unable to find an app from the company on the Google Play Store and the iOS store. We weren't even able to find the website either (let us know if you can find it). Update: A MediaNama reader pointed us to this website called 90min.in which says that it is powered by HT Media. The website says it is the largest fan-generated football media brand with over 200 million monthly pages views. Writers can sign into the site with their Facebook credentials and write for the website. Top published content will be selected by 90min.in's editors to be featured on the Daily Telegraph, Huffington Post, ITV, The Independent, ZOO Online, MSN Sport UK, GQ, London24 and others, giving full credit to writers. Top writers will get  journalistic titles and a portfolio of published work, as well as correspondent press passes to industry events and meetups. They will also get opportunities to interview former and current Premier League Managers through an exclusive media partnership with the League Managers Association. HT Media acquired the company at SGD 1 per share and the transaction is expected to be completed by July 1. Sports Asia will help HT Media diversify in digital content development. In India, Network 18 had launched a…

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