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Mycujoo lands Beach Soccer partnership

Live-streaming platform Mycujoo will show live coverage of tournaments operated by Beach Soccer, the promoter and event organiser operated by Beach Soccer Worldwide.

The deal will cover 1,500 beach soccer matches over the next four years, from 2018 to 2021.

The agreement covers all competitions organised and sanctioned by Beach Soccer.

Mycujoo has streamed beach soccer competitions in the past.

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