Ecuador

TC Televisión, the state-owned broadcaster in Ecuador, has submitted a bid for rights to the final of the country’s top-tier Serie A league.

Sports data and technology company Stats Perform has agreed a deal with the Liga Profesional de Fútbol del Ecuador (LigaPro) for data rights to its Serie A and Serie B club competitions.

OneFootball, the Germany-based digital platform, has expanded its free-to-air Bundesliga streaming coverage to a further nine Latin American countries to complement initial agreement in Brazil

Ecuadorian cable television operators CNT TV, Claro TV and TV Cable have ceased broadcasting the Ecuadorian Serie A, the top tier of domestic club football, amid a dispute with the rights-holder, pay-television…

Pay-television broadcaster GolTV has committed to fulfilling its rights payments to clubs in Ecuadorian football’s top-tier Serie A.

Italy’s Lega Serie A last week announced new deals for its club-competition rights covering a host of markets.

The Ecuadorian Football Federation (FEF) has at least doubled its income from domestic and international rights to Ecuador’s home World Cup qualifiers and friendlies, selling them to Ecuadorian tech c…

As reported in TV Sports Markets last month, pay-television operator DirecTV has acquired rights to Uefa European Qualifiers and the Uefa Nations League in a four-season deal, from 2018-19 to 2021-22.

Pay-television operator DirecTV claims it has secured domestic rights to matches of Ecuador’s national football team.

The Ecuadorian football federation (FEF) has launched a second tender for international rights to the national team’s 2022 Fifa World Cup qualifier matches after deciding not to award rights to the winners o…

GolTV has emerged victorious in the third tender for Ecuadorian club football rights this year, overcoming the annulment of its previous deal and an initial vote awarding the rights to DirecTV.

Pan-regional pay-television broadcaster GolTV has regained rights to Primera Categoría Serie A and Serie B, the top two divisions of Ecuadorian football, following a period of upheaval in the broadcast of the sport in the country.

The Ecuadorian football federation (FEF) has been forced to relinquish its status as the commercial rights-holder of the top two tiers of Ecuadorian club football after a series of events that included an annulled media-rights deal, court orders, two botched tenders and charges against the federation’s president.

The 24 clubs of the Primera Categoría Serie A and Serie B, the top two divisions of Ecuadorian football, have regained control of the broadcast rights to the leagues.

Pay-television broadcaster DirecTV has seen its sole bid for the rights to the Primera Categoría Serie A and Serie B rejected by the Ecuadorian Football Federation (FEF), with clubs set to discuss the potential for seizing control of the commercial rights to the leagues.

The Ecuadorian Football Federation (FEF) has commenced a new process to find a broadcast rights partner for the Primera Categoría Serie A and Serie B club competitions, maintaining it is doing so “under protest”.

Pan-regional pay-television broadcaster GolTV will retain its rights deal with the Ecuadorian Football Federation (FEF) after an offer from rival DirecTV under a new bidding contest was rejected.