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Sky Deutschland to pay about €22m per season for Premier League rights, 2019-2022 This is about 70 per cent more than the €13m per season DAZN pays from 2016-2019 T

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The English Premier League has today (October 1) received offers for its rights in German-speaking territories in Europe, with the bid deadline (between 10am and 12pm GMT) having now passed

Last week, the English Premier League sent out three invitation to tenders (ITTs) covering a total of 50 countries in: the Caribbean, Central and South America, and German-speaking countries in Europe.

Swiss pay-television broadcaster Teleclub has extended and expanded its long-term partnership with media company Discovery Networks Deutschland by securing exclusive rights in Switzerland and Liechtenstein to sports broadcaster Eurosport’s package of rights for the Bundesliga, the top division of German football.

The German Football League (DFL) has agreed rights deals in Austria and Switzerland, along with three other German-speaking markets, with pay-television broadcaster Sky, international sports broadcaster Eurosport and DAZN, the OTT sports subscription service operated by digital media specialist Perform.

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Football: Fifa, world football’s governing body, rejected a minimum offer of $2.8bn (£1.6bn/€2.3bn)

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