Mexico

Brazilian broadcaster TNT Sports and social media platform TikTok have revealed plans to launch a double-screen experience with Uefa Champions League content in Brazil and Mexico

The final races of the NTT IndyCar Series will receive additional exposure in Mexico thanks to a deal struck with the Multimedios-owned Canal 6 network

Mexican OTT streaming company seeUplay has launched a new platform for non-televised Mexican football, which will broadcast live coverage of Liga MX youth leagues to domestic audiences for the first time

Mexican Liga MX football club Santos Laguna has terminated its rights agreement with pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports amid allegations of contractual violation following the Walt Disney Company’s a…

Football-based media platform OneFootball has secured an agreement with rights agency and production group Mediapro, the international sales partner of Mexican top-tier Liga MX, for exclusive rights to…

Subscription television channel TNT Sports has officially launched in Mexico ahead of WarnerMedia’s debut season as the rights-holder to the Uefa Champions League.

Mexico’s Federal Institute of Telecommunications (IFT) has approved a deal for telecoms, media and broadcast company Grupo Lauman to acquire the Mexican arm of pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports.

DAZN, the global sports subscription streaming service and media company, has added more boxing content to its line-up in a deal to show a Mexican fight series

HBO Max, the WarnerMedia-owned subscription streaming platform, has acquired broadcast rights in Brazil and Mexico to European club football competition the Uefa Champions League as part of its wider rollout…

Telecoms, media and broadcast company Grupo Lauman has agreed a deal to acquire the Mexican arm of pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports

Global OTT platform Fanatiz has launched in Mexico, where it will also offer subscribers the channels of Disney-owned pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports for an additional fee
USA

Two of the biggest content producers and sports rights-holders in Spanish-language media are coming together as Grupo Televisa and Univision Holdings Inc. are merging in a $4.8bn (€4.0

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

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

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

Mexico’s telecoms regulator, the Federal Institute of Telecommunications (IFT), has granted a fresh extension for the sale of the Mexican arm of pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports.

LaLiga, the organising body of the top two divisions of Spanish club football, has signed up pay-television broadcaster Sky Sports México as the latest client for its anti-piracy venture, while Belgium’s Pr…