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Infront begins to cover IIHF costs in exclusive Nordics Nent deal

Finland celebrate after winning the gold medal game over Canada during the 2019 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship final. (Photo by Martin Rose/Getty Images)

Infront has sealed a big increase in value for International Ice Hockey Federation rights across the Nordics, in a deal with the Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group that will help cover the increased costs of its own recently-signed global rights agreement.

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