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Sony Pictures Networks India lands Euro 2020 rights

The Sony Pictures Networks India media group has acquired rights in the Indian subcontinent for the Uefa Euro 2020 national team football tournament.

The competition will take place from June 12 to July 12 and will be staged in 12 cities across Europe.

Sony also broadcast the Uefa Euro 2016 tournament in France. According to the Insidesport.co website, Sony’s new deal with Uefa is between 10 and 15 per cent lower than the value of its Euro 2016 deal.

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