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Brazilian Série A football clubs and the Conferderação Brasileira de Futebol, the nation’s football association, may have learned the lessons of previous doomed tenders by opting for expertise over cash in its betting streaming and data rights deal for the 2020-23 cycle, experts told SportBusiness Media.

The offer Brazilian football clubs accepted for their international rights from the newly-created GSRM agency is much more realistic than the outlandish valuations that characterised previous tenders, experts told SportBusiness Media.

US pay-television broadcaster Turner Sports’s likely cancelation of its pay-television rights with eight top-flight Brasilieiro Série A clubs could see a collapse in competition in the Brazilian domestic football rights market experts told SportBusiness Media.

The two-and-a-half-year negotiation between Brazilian club Palmeiras and media group Globo ended in a good result for the club last month, as it became one of only three Série A clubs to receive a minimum guarantee for its pay-per-view rights in 2019.

In the latest interactive monthly data report, SportBusiness Media analyses the media-rights landscape in Latin America.

The Brazilian arm of US-based broadcaster Turner is reported to have suspended pay-television broadcast rights fee payments to eight Brasileiro Série A clubs.

Brazilian commercial broadcaster Globo has informed Campeonato Brasileiro Série A clubs that it intends to make significant reductions in its monthly rights fees due to the uncertainty over the status …

Clubs from Brazilian football’s top two leagues are to meet on Friday with a view to finally awarding the international broadcast, betting streaming and data rights.

Brazilian commercial broadcaster Globo has sought to alleviate panic in the domestic football industry amid its decision to suspend payments for certain rights deals, stating its move will not affect clubs…

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In the latest interactive monthly data report, SportBusiness Media analyses the media-rights landscape in Latin America.

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