Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A

Global media platform OneFootball has reached an agreement with Sportitalia to offer live coverage in Italy of the Primavera Campeonato 1, plus the top-tier leagues in Argentina and Brazil

Chinese streaming platform K-Ball has acquired live rights to the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A.

Discussions over the centralisation of commercial rights to Brazilian football’s top two divisions, Serie A and Serie B, are in danger of collapsing as two competing blocs of clubs dig in on their revenue distribution demands.

Macau-based sports streaming platform M Plus has acquired rights for Brasileiro Série A football in its home territory and Hong Kong in a deal with the 1190 Sports agency.

Media platform OneFootball has furthered its commitment to Brazilian club football by agreeing a deal with media group Globo to provide highlights from Campeonato Brasileirão Série A and Série B, along wi…

Media platform OneFootball has agreed a distribution deal to bring live Campeonato Brasileiro Série A football matches to its global user-base.

Javier Tebas, the president of Spain’s LaLiga, has met with executives from clubs in the Brasileiro Campeonato Série A and Série B to discuss a new collective rights model and investment strategies for…

Brazil’s LiveMode agency and 1190 Sports, the international broadcast rights-holder to Brazil’s top two football leagues, have combined to propose taking over commercial management of the leagues with a m…

Brazilian media company Globo has added Palmeiras to its portfolio of Campeonato Brasileiro Série A pay-television rights partners, while it has also agreed a deal for state football competition the Campeonato …

Brazilian media company Globo has added the pay-television rights of Bahia to those it recently captured from Campeonato Brasileiro Série A football clubs held by former rival Turner.

Brazilian football has officially entered into a new era as President Jair Bolsonaro signed off on a bill that significantly revamps the broadcast rights marketplace

“Lei do Mandante”, a bill that is set to shake up the Brazilian football rights market, has been approved by the country’s Federal Senate. T

Brazilian media group Globo has sought to reassure the country’s 40 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A and Série B football clubs that it remains committed to the sport amid impending changes to the way in …