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Eurosport picks up Copa América football rights in Romania

International sports broadcaster Eurosport has added to its portfolio of football content in Romania by acquiring rights to the 2019 Copa América.

The deal is for all matches from the tournament which begins on June 14.

It was agreed with the Dentsu agency, which acquired international rights from Conmebol, the South American football federation, in October last year.

Eurosport bolstered its Romanian football content in February, picking up rights to the English FA Cup, until 2020-21, and renewing English Premier League rights for a further three seasons, from 2019-20 to 2021-22.

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