Bolivian state broadcaster Bolivia TV has acquired rights to the Copa América Centenario ahead of its national team’s opening game in the football tournament on June 6.
Swedish telecommunications and media company Millicom has launched its pay-television channel Tigo Sports in Bolivia.
The Game, the agency that markets media rights for the Bolivian Professional Football League, will pay $250,000 (€184,000) more per year following an expansion of the top division.
The Full Play agency has acquired media rights in Bolivia for the 2018 Fifa World Cup national team tournament in a sublicensing deal with the Bolivian Football Federation (FBF).
The Bolivian Football Federation has been ordered to pay B16.48m (€1.85m/$2.38m) in tax from revenue from the sale of television rights to 2006 Fifa World Cup qualifying games, according to Reuters.
Olympics deal part of Slim plan to expand media empire in Latin America through top sport