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Fox Sports Premium to launch in Central America and Mexico

Fox Sports Latin America will launch its Fox Sports Premium video on demand and streaming service in Mexico and Central America next year, which will be available only to existing Fox Sports subscribers.

Fox Sports Premium will be the exclusive broadcaster of matches from the top domestic football leagues in Argentina, Mexico and Germany, as well as the Uefa Champions League, Uefa Europa League and Concacaf Champions League.

Pay-television broadcaster Fox is hoping that its rights to the home matches of Liga MX clubs Monterrey, Santos Laguna and Xolos will drive subscriptions when the service launches on January 1, 2019.

Existing subscribers will be able to subscribe to Fox Sports Premium for an extra $8 per month in Central America and MXN 139 in Mexico.

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