German Bundesliga

OneFootball, the German-based digital platform, has signed off on a sponsorship and content deal with VBET that will see the online betting company’s services integrated within its Brazilian platform.

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports has said that its ongoing concerns over piracy have prompted it to decide against renewing its German Bundesliga rights in the Middle East and North Africa

Online sports platform FanCode has acquired exclusive rights in India to German football’s Bundesliga.

OneFootball, the Germany-based digital platform, has teamed up with the Sportfive agency to broadcast Bundesliga matches free of charge via its app in Brazil

Bundesliga International, the league’s international commercial rights arm, has signed off on new broadcast deals in Singapore, South Korea and Thailand ahead of the start of the 2020-21 season on Friday.

Brazilian commercial broadcaster Band is moving closer to agreeing a deal for free-to-air rights to the German Bundesliga, SportBusiness understands.

Public-service broadcaster the SABC has acquired a package of free-to-air Bundesliga rights in South Africa for the next two seasons

International media group Discovery has failed in its attempt to terminate its contract with the German Football League (DFL) for domestic German Bundesliga rights, according to a ruling handed down today…

Germany’s federal monopoly commission has criticised the decision of the country’s federal cartel office, the Bundeskartellamt, to allow the German Football League (DFL) to sell exclusive live media-rights pac…

The surprise emergence of free-to-air broadcaster KBS as a bidder for German Bundesliga rights in South Korea generated some competition during the 2020-22 sales process, but not enough to stave off a dip in value.

International media group Discovery has continued its sublicensing agreement with DAZN into 2020-21 at the same fee after the former’s attempt to terminate its Bundesliga rights deal was thwarted by the German Institution of Arbitration (DIS).

The German Bundesliga’s strategy of intertwining international media-rights agreements with ancillary brand-building and football development activities has continued in its deal with Indonesian OTT and pay-television platform Mola TV.

The German Football League (DFL) faced an absence of new bidders, a change in strategy from incumbent Sky Deutschland and an unstable economy as it went to market with its 2021-25 domestic rights. The tough conditions left experts to conclude the league had done well to avoid a larger income drop for the cycle.

There have been talks between representatives of the Saudi Arabian state and the German Bundesliga about a potential deal for the league's media rights in the Middle East

The German Football League (DFL) has awarded domestic live rights to the German Bundesliga, from 2021-22 to 2024-25, to pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland and OTT streaming service DAZN

Retail giant Amazon has extended its deal with the German Football League (DFL), giving it domestic rights to seven more top-tier Bundesliga matches and four relegation matches between Bundesliga and second-tier…

Retail giant Amazon has reached an agreement for its Prime Video service to provide live coverage of two more German Bundesliga matches this weekend for subscribers in Germany and Austria

International streaming service DAZN has agreed an extension to its one-match Bundesliga broadcast rights deal with the German Football League (DFL) in Germany and Switzerland, covering the remainder of…

The Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group will launch its Viaplay services in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in the first quarter of 2021, and has already started building its sports portfolio by acquiring…

The German Bundesliga has agreed a media-rights deal in Japan with pay-television broadcaster Sky PerfecTV covering the five seasons from 2020-21 to 2024-25, SportBusiness can reveal

Brazilian betting operator Betsul has acquired betting streaming rights to the German Bundesliga ahead of the league’s return to action this weekend.

German pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland will offer viewers the option of playing recorded crowd noise during its Bundesliga coverage as the domestic football season returns tomorrow (Saturday)

The Bundesliga’s domestic broadcast rights invitation to tender process is to carry on despite the spread of the coronavirus pandemic across Germany and elsewhere in Europe.

German pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland has announced that it will make its  ‘Konferenz’ coverage of Bundesliga and second-tier 2. Bun

Holger Blask, director of audio-visual rights at the Deutsche Fußball Liga has laid out the proposed packages for the upcoming 2021-22 to 2024-25 domestic media rights invitation to tender for Germany's …

The recently-agreed tie-up between Germany’s Bundesliga and Amazon Web Services, the retail giant’s cloud computing subsidiary, could lead to archive highlights created specifically for different rights-holding bro…

Germany’s federal cartel office, the Bundeskartellamt, has asked the Deutsche Fußball Liga to adjust its domestic tender for Germany’s Bundesliga, it has been reported, in order to prevent a pay-television prov…

Christian Seifert, chief executive of the Deutsche Fußball Liga, has said that there will be more of Germany’s Bundesliga matches shown live on free-to-air television from the 2021-22 season, after it…

Christian Seifert, chief executive of the Deutsche Fußball Liga, has suggested that Germany's Bundesliga is wary of having too many domestic pay-television partners when it agrees its next cycle of domestic …

Deutsche Telekom is interested in the German Bundesliga domestic rights in order to boost subscribers of the company’s OTT service Magenta TV, the telco's executive board member and Telekom Deutschland c…

Matches from German football’s Bundesliga will be chiefly showcased stateside on ESPN+, Disney’s direct-to-consumer sports streaming service, in a long-term rights deal that starts next season.

Satellite operator Arabsat has branded comments made by a group of major rights-holders as “irresponsible” and “disgraceful” about its alleged role in the Saudi Arabian pirate channel beoutQ dispute. Ara

The proliferation of new digital platforms, coupled with the now global availability of content, have been the main challenges in monitoring the piracy of the Bundesliga in recent years, according to Athletia,…

Germany’s Bundesliga is preparing itself to launch an over-the-top subscription service in certain international markets at the start of the 2020-21 season.

Quadruple play service provider YouSee has sublicensed rights to Germany’s Bundesliga in Denmark from the Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group, adding to its coverage of the English Premier League.

German pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland will continue to distribute in public establishments Bundesliga matches that have been recently acquired by streaming service DAZN, until a longer-term…

German pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland is reportedly planning to offer top-tier Bundesliga football matches on a pay-per-view basis for the first time through a partnership with digital platform…