OTT service FloSports has become the exclusive English-language home of the Concacaf Nations League in the United States.
The agreement which runs through 2022, and begins with the March round of fixtures will feature more than 770 hours of live coverage of the event.
“This a landmark deal for FloSports as we continue to expand our soccer coverage,” FloSports co-founder Mark Floreani said. “The Concacaf region represents some of the most competitive teams and players, and we’re thrilled to give fans access to these world-class games.”
Concacaf general secretary Philippe Moggio said: “Our commitment to bring the Concacaf Nations League closer to our diverse fan base is reinforced by this agreement, which provides an extraordinary opportunity to increase the exposure and relevance of this competition.”
Earlier this month, FloSports acquired exclusive broadcast rights for MLS side DC United. The OTT service also has the rights to Big Ten college soccer.