Having been forced into an open tender by the Danish Competition and Consumer Authority, the Danish Superliga has secured a modest increase in its domestic media-rights income despite a lack of competition.
A new player has emerged that could shake up the Danish sport-rights market before the upcoming domestic Danish Superliga tender after a subsidiary of the country’s largest telco, TDC Group, sublicensed English Premier League rights from Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group.
The Danish Superliga has increased its domestic rights fee despite limited competition by offering its rights for six years – an option opened up by a change in policy by the country’s competition authority.
The Danish Superliga has announced on Tuesday a record-breaking domestic rights deals for the 2021-24 cycle with incumbents Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group, US media group Discovery and public-service…
Divisionsforeningen, the body that acts on behalf of both Denmark's football clubs and the country's football federation, the Dansk Boldspil-Union, issued a tender on Wednesday for the domestic rights…
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