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Volleyball Fed buys VAR cutting edge referee tech system ahead of games

Publication date 29 January 2023 | 21:26 | ICT

The Volleyball Federation of Cambodia (VFC) has purchased Video Assistant Referee (VAR) technology, and will employ it at May’s 32nd SEA Games.



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