Fox Sports has announced that it has been acquired by a Chinese tech company, which plans to expand its product line into other markets.
FoxSports, which was founded in 2003, is one of the world’s largest sports broadcasters and now has some 4,500 channels.
FoxSports has become a platform for content creators to build their channels around sports.
The company has built its platform on top of a set of standards and APIs that have been used by many media companies including Google, Facebook, Apple and Yahoo.
The FoxSports acquisition includes the ability to build its own content and platforms, according to the company.
Fox Sports has already been able to grow its platform to over 20 million subscribers, which is roughly twice the size of the largest US cable and satellite TV provider, Comcast, according the company’s website.
The acquisition of FoxSports will help the company to reach more advertisers and advertisers with the same reach that its partners have with Fox Sports.
FoxSports said it will continue to offer its products as they evolve.
The network has been using a variety of design-based solutions for years, including a 3D-rendering system for building its live-streaming app and a platform that enables advertisers to share their digital ads in the form of 3D objects.
Fox’s live-tv app was the top-rated mobile app in the U.S. in the third quarter, according a FoxSports executive.