Sports and betting-related services company Sportradar has announced it is to expand its live streaming portfolio after acquiring rights to a number of club football competitions in Greece, Turkey and Romania.
Sportradar will stream live coverage of at least two matches per round from the Greek Super League top-tier via the company's Betradar service.
Sportradar will also begin to stream Romania’s Liga 1 top division as well as the country’s Cupa Ligii knockout cup competition. Streaming can be accessed via Betradar’s Live Channel on mobile, online and retail betting services.
Sportradar has also acquired streaming rights for the Türkiye Kupas, Turkey’s national knockout cup competition. Coverage will be streamed via Betradar’s Live Channel.