The second leg of the Liga MX final between Chivas and Tigres will only be available on pay TV and OTT systems. For the first time, the final of the tournament will not be entirely available on free-to-air TV.
Only the first leg match, on Thursday, May 25, will be broadcast on free-to-air TV, as Tigres will play at home and Televisa owns the TV rights.
The final match, at Chivas Stadium in Guadalajara, will be played on Sunday 28 and will be streamed by OTT platform Chivas TV and its partners Cinepolis Klic and Claro Video (América Móvil). TDN, the sports channel of Televisa, will broadcast the game on pay TV.
This way, there is no possibility that the final match will be available on FTA TV because the agreement that Chivas signed with Televisa in April this year does not include broadcast rights for free-to-air TV.
Meanwhile, the streaming platform Chivas TV has already announced the prices for the final match on its pay-per-view (PPV) service. It will cost MX $69 (USD 3.7) during the pre-sale period. The same day of the game, the price will be MX$ 125 (USD 6.7).