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24 Media signs Euroleague Basketball deal

Greek digital publishing group 24 Media has agreed a deal with Euroleague Basketball to stream video highlights of the continental club competition on its Sport24.gr website in Greece and Cyprus.

The group has created a new site within a special section of Sport24.gr to allow fans to access to content such as video highlights, news, real-time statistics, standings and a photo gallery.

Content will also be accessible via the Sport24 mobile applications on iOS and Android devices.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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