Tag Archives: football

Fanatiz takes Central American football leagues to the US, Canada and Puerto Rico with CentroAmerica TV

The Fanatiz platform, which focuses its offer on sports content, has announced this Wednesday, February 24th, an agreement to add  CentroAmerica TVs TV channel offer to its catalog, and, this way, make available Central American football leagues -such as those in El Salvador, Honduras and Costa Rica- in the US, Canada and Puerto Rico. The [...]

Boca Juniors launches new channel on YouTube with football matches, news and automatic cameras

Argentine Club Atletico Boca Juniors has officially launched its new TV channel, available on the clubs official YouTube account. It is a new way of accessing Bocas content for its fans, available from this last Monday, February 22nd. We want to reach the fans and for the news to be announced in a serious way. [...]

LiveSports to produce audiovisual content in partnership with Brazilian football club Cruzeiro

Brazilian football club Cruzeiro Esporte Clube- better known as Cruzeiro- has officially announced this last Wednesday, February 10th, an agreement with LiveSports, a company located in São Paulo and focused on producing sports and entertainment content. According to the terms of the agreement, LiveSports will produce, together with professionals from Cruzeiro’s Communication and Digital areas, [...]

Netflix continues to bet on Brazilian original productions with new documentary about Pele

Netflix has released on February 4th the official trailer for Pele, the platform’s new original documentary, focused on the former Brazilian football players life, whose global premiere is scheduled for next February 23rd. As reported from the platform in relation to the plot of Pele, the documentary will show the former Brazilian football player remembering [...]

Sky launches premium offer for Copa do Nordeste in Brazil

According to information recently reported by several specialized websites in Brazil, the pay TV operator Sky (AT&T) acquired the rights to broadcast the 2021 edition of the Copa do Nordeste, a competition for which the DTH launched a premium package that can be hired both on a monthly basis to access some matches, for R$ [...]

Professional Football in São Paulo strengthens its digital experience through Paulistão Play

The São Paulos Football Federation, (FPF), football regulator in São Paulo, Brazil, announced this last Friday, January 22nd, the launch of Paulistão Play, its new OTT platform, which will be accessible from the second half of February , through iOS and Android devices, as well as through its web version. According to information reported by [...]

Torneos and GSRM acquire Argentine Football League’s international distribution rights

As officially reported by the Argentine production company Torneos during the last days of 2020, the company partnered with the Global Sports Rights Management (GSRM) firm in order to market the Argentine Football League broadcasting rights for a six-year period, starting in 2021. As a result of the partnership, the Argentina Football Distribution (AFD) entity [...]

Tigo offers almost USD 50 million for Bolivian football TV broadcasting rights

According to what several specialized websites have recently reported, Millicoms Bolivian subsidiary (which both in Bolivia and in the rest of the Latin American countries where it operates does so branded as Tigo) offered a total of USD 48.6 million for the countrys Professional Football League TV broadcasting rights between 2021 and 2024.  In 2020, [...]

NBCUniversal to represent OneFootball in Latin America

NBCUniversal International Networks Latin America announced that, from now on, it will represent OneFootball for Latin American countries, including Brazil, in commercial terms. It is a platform that allows access to PPV and FTA football matches, as well as highlights of the matches and different competitions, including the Copa América, the Football World Cup, the [...]

New MX League’s President aims to make changes in the competition’s TV rights sale

Mikel Arriola, who will be President of the MX League – name of the Mexican Professional Football League – from 2021, announced in several interviews his intention to centralize the distribution of the Leagues matches TV rights. As reported by the website of the Mexican newspaper El Financiero, Arriola reported that the idea is that, [...]