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Sky Mexico scores Premier League rights extension

Pay-television broadcaster Sky Mexico has agreed a three-season extension to its rights deal with the Premier League, the top division of English club football.

The agreement includes the 2016-17 to 2018-19 seasons of the Premier League and covers Mexico, Central America and the Dominican Republic.

Sky Mexico has been awarded live rights to all 380 games across a Premier League season.

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