ACA Football Partners Pte. Ltd. (Singapore, CEO: Hiroyuki Ono, ACAFP) is delighted to announce the launch of its own video streaming service named “PlaysiaTV” incorporating Web3 concept from the beginning of September, together with Digital Entertainment Asset Pte. Ltd. (DEA), a Singapore-based global GameFi platform company.


ACAFP is a Singapore-based football business company that plans to create multi-club ownership from Asia under the mission of “Release the value of Sports & Evolve”. Since February 2022, its owner club KMSK Deinze and DEA entered into a strategic partnership and they already have started working on the fan activation with Web3 concept “Play&Earn”. KMSK Deinze’s fans play online games and get rewards such as season tickets or club’s official goods depending on how well they play the game. Through this activation we aim for building the fan community outside of the stadium too.

This time, ACAFP partners with DEA to start the unique video streaming service named “PlaysiaTV”, incorporating Web3 “Watch&Earn” concept. We will create and distribute original contents of our partnered clubs, and viewers may have a chance to get rewards by watching them online. This brand new video streaming service enables sports fans to “Watch, Enjoy, Get rewards”, and we believe this may release the value of sports at the same time of creating an additional touch point to widen the fan base. 


About PlaysiaTV 

A video streaming service incorporating Web3 “Watch&Earn” concept run by ACAFP. Viewers may enjoy the contents just like playing games by letting them get  rewards depending on their actions such as number or length of viewership. Also we plan to install the NFT concept to make a different price range of advertisements. Several channels will be out soon including ACAFP and KMSK Deinze, and sports fans can enjoy documentary series or players interviews at anytime from anywhere. 

※ alpha version expected to be released on or around the beginning of September


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ACAFP CEO Hiroyuki Ono, DEA CEO Naohito Yoshida


Comment from Mr. Naohito Yoshida, CEO of DEA

Even for us, a leading NFT Gaming platform company / PlayMining, this Watch&Earn project will be very challenging. One of the most fundamental revenue schemes at Web2 is “advertisement”. The concept of Watch&Earn is the significant step forward to make this business scheme to Web3 level. By partnering with ACAFP, our first content will be about football on PlaysiaTV. Football is one of the entertainments which make people enthusiastic at international level. Please stay tuned for our Watch&Earn world starting with rich football contents. 


Comment from Hiroyuki Ono, CEO of ACAFP and Vice Chairman, Board of Director, KMSK Deinze

I am delighted to kick off the brand new project with DEA, who already has started its strategic partnership with KMSK Deinze. We believe the value of football as a media, and taking recent trends into consideration, we believe we can reach a wider audience by creating and distributing original contents by ourselves. On top of that, by integrating the Web3 concept, PlaysiaTV will be a brand new platform and it will enable to release the value of sports in the end.  We plan to deliver game footage, documentaries, interview contents and more, so please stay tuned.



About DEA

DEA is a Singaporean company founded in August 2018. On April 8, 2020, the company’s first developed cryptocurrency – DEAPcoin – got listed on the OKX cryptocurrency exchange. DEA also released its first game, JobTribes, a NFT card trading battle game, as well as the ‘ PlayMining NFT,’ a marketplace for trading NFTs.

For more information about DEA, please visit the official website:


About KMSK Deinze

Founded in 1926, KMSK Deinze is a historic football club belonging to the second division of the Belgian Pro League/First Division B. The city of Deinze, the home town of KMSK, is located in the East Flanders region and is known as a place where many wealthy people live.

In the 2019-20 season, the club was promoted to the second division of the Belgian Pro League. In the 2020-21 season, their first year of promotion, they finished a respectable fourth (out of eight clubs). The club is growing rapidly and has announced plans to build a new stadium.

For more information about KMSK Deinze, please visit the official website: