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UWW partners with Sporty Solutionz in Indian subcontinent

United World Wrestling has announced a partnership with the Sporty Solutionz agency that will see the latter distribute the rights-holders media rights in the Indian subcontinent.

The multi-platform deal, which begins immediately, will run until the end of 2024. The agreement includes rights to four World Championships, World Cups, Continental Championships and other age-group events.

It will also allow Sporty Solutionz to use clips, highlights and news access rights on its partner’s channels.

The UWW agreed a global rights agreement earlier this year with sports-streaming service FloSports until 2020 for rights to its UWW Ranking Series and World Beach Championships.

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