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Pragosport pays steady increase to renew Czech top-tier rights

The Pragosport agency last month extended its deal for global rights to the Czech First League – the Czech Republic’s top-tier football league – and immediately secured a domestic deal with pay-television broadcaster O2 for rights in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

VILLARREAL, SPAIN - OCTOBER 19: Tomas Necid of Slavia Praha celebrates after scoring the first goal during the UEFA Europa League group A match between Villarreal CF and Slavia Praha at Estadio de La Ceramica on October 19, 2017 in Villarreal, Spain. (Photo by fotopress/Getty Images)

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