ESPN renewed its commitment to Moto GP in Latin America for three years

 

US sports broadcaster ESPN announced in a press release that it had renewed for three years the broadcasting rights of the World Moto GP tournament for Latin America.

 

The Pay-TV station reached an agreement with Dorna Sports, company that owns the rights, to transmit the full seasons from 2016 to 2018, including practices, qualifying series, races, highlights and other contents of the Moto2 and Moto3 categories.

 

“We are pleased to continue the relationship with Dorna and continue to offer our users the top international motorcycling category during the next three seasons. For ESPN programming it is very important to provide the best coverage of Moto GP in our region, because we are home to multiple events in the engine world”, stated the Director of Acquisitions and Digital Media of the network, Federico Reyna.

 

“ESPN is very actively involved in the Grand Prix of Argentina making live shows from the circuit throughout the weekend and its summary shows of each GP are highly valued by motorcycling fans, which shows the level of commitment”, expressed the Director and Manager of the TV and Media Area of Dorna Sports, Manuel Arroyo.