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Eleven Sports renews Orange deal in Belgium, Luxembourg

International sports broadcaster Eleven Sports has signed a two-year extension to its distribution partnership with telco Orange in Belgium and Luxembourg.

Under the agreement, Eleven Sports 1, 2 and 3 will continue to be provided for free through Orange’s standard digital television package for Orange Love customers.

Eleven Sports’ rights portfolio in Belgium and Luxembourg includes football’s Spanish LaLiga, Italian Serie A and German Bundesliga, along with the English FA Cup and EFL, and internationals from the Uefa Nations League and Uefa Euro 2020 qualifiers.

Other sports that will be available to Orange customers will include the NBA basketball league, NFL American football league, UFC mixed martial arts promotion, hockey, cycling, darts and snooker.

From this summer, Orange customers will be able to watch Eleven Sports on the go through the Orange TV app, as well as through traditional TVs.

Other platforms that carry Eleven Sports in Belgium and Luxembourg include Proximus, Telenet, VOO, Scarlet and TV-Vlaanderen.

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