Latin America

US-based media group WarnerMedia is expected to be awarded broadcast rights in Mexico to the Uefa Champions League from 2021-22 to 2023-24, SportBusiness understands

Colombian pay-television broadcaster Win Sports will broadcast this summer's Uefa Euro 2020 tournament. The tournament will also be broadcast by DirecTV Sports

Brazilian commercial broadcaster SBT has confirmed its acquisition of Uefa Champions League rights in Brazil, securing free-to-air rights to one match per matchweek over three seasons, from 2021-22 to…

Lega Serie A has accepted offers for broadcast rights to the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana in the Balkan region and also the Americas, excluding the US, from 2021-22 to 2023-24

Brazilian Série A club Juventude has agreed a four-year media rights deal with media group Globo, covering free-to-air and pay-per-view rights to all its home matches in Brazil's top tier.

The documents show that multi-platform broadcaster DAZN was due cash and rights fee relief from IMG in return for its 50-per-cent stake in the special purpose joint venture.

Fuel TV, the action sports television channel, has secured distribution in India for the first time and strengthened its presence in Mexico in a deal with electronics giant Samsung

Brazilian commercial broadcaster RedeTV has acquired the rights for Singapore-based mixed martial arts promotion One Championship

Sportitalia, the Italian multi-sport broadcaster, has acquired exclusive broadcast rights to the top-tier football league in Argentina up until and including the 2024 season

Mixed martial arts organisation the Professional Fighters League has secured a deal with Brazilian media group Globo, which will provide exclusive content from its 2021 season

Mexico’s largest Insurance broker INTERprotección has signed as the latest sponsor of the new electric off-road racing series Extreme E.

The IMG agency is claiming up to $11.5m (€9.8m) in a legal case between itself and DAZN over the OTT subscription broadcaster’s terminated deal for Serie A broadcast rights in Brazil.

Brazilian media group Globo has acquired rights to the Brasileirão Feminino A1, the highest level of women’s football in the country, which sees the property return to it after a four-year absence.

South America’s football governing body, Conmebol, has announced it lost out on $43.45m (€36.7m)

The Brazilian Futsal Confederation (CBFS) has agreed a four-year rights deal with Brazilian live streaming company TV NSports

Pay-television broadcaster ESPN has reduced its fee for rights to Spain’s LaLiga in Brazil, agreeing a six-season extension at a reduction of about 25 per cent on a per-season basis.

The value of Uefa Champions League rights in Brazil has stayed steady thanks to Turner’s appetite for greater exclusivity and commercial broadcaster SBT’s desire to add more premium rights to its sports portfolio.