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FloSports to show NMSU American football until 2021

OTT platform FloSports has signed a deal with New Mexico State University to broadcast its college American football matches until the end of the 2021 season.

Under the three-year deal, FloSports will stream five games in the remaining few months of 2019, starting with NMSU’s match against the San Diego State Aztecs on September 14.

It was agreed with Learfield IMG College, which is the distributor of NMSU’s rights. The intention of the deal was to provide NMSU with a global OTT partner for its football matches.

Learfield agreed a multimedia rights deal with NMSU’s athletics division in 2015 which expires at the end of the 2021-22 season.

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