English Premier League

Streaming company Viaplay Group has added its impending English Premier League coverage to its distribution partnership with Norwegian pay-television operator RiksTV

The English Premier League has suspended its six-season media rights agreement with Russian broadcaster Match TV as the fallout from Russia's invasion of Ukraine looks set to continue into the 2022-23…

A criminal found guilty of supplying illegal streaming devices providing unauthorised access to content from the Premier League has been ordered to pay back almost £1m (€1.2m/$1.3m

Pay-television broadcaster Sky Italia has renewed its deal for the English Premier League rights for three seasons, from 2022-23 to 2024-25

The English Premier League was unable to spare itself from bearish conditions in the French sports media rights market as the value of its rights decreased in a deal with Canal Plus last year.

Broadcaster Elta TV has acquired the rights in Taiwan for the English Premier League for the next three-season cycle, 2022-23 to 2024-25

FuboTV’s Premier League deal brings it into direct competition with DAZN in Canada as they vie for the disposable income of Canadian soccer fans.

Johan Buse, head of StarHub's consumer business unit, spoke to SportBusiness Media about how its new six-season deal for Premier League rights fits into the company's wider strategy.

Pay-television broadcaster Star India has renewed its exclusive multi-platform rights to the English Premier League for three seasons, from 2022-23 to 2024-25

StarHub faces a challenge to monetise its Premier League rights given the strong fee it has paid and difficult conditions in Singapore's pay-television market.

Nordic Entertainment Group (Nent) has delivered the Premier League another strong increase in the Netherlands, though the scale of the uplift is smaller than Nent's deals in other markets.

The English Premier League and English Football League have suspended their media rights agreements with Russian broadcasters following the Russian military invasion of Ukraine

The English Premier League has benefitted from intense competition between US media giants in Latin America to secure massive increases in deals with Disney and ViacomCBS, despite only offering rights for a three-season period.

Chinese streaming platform iQiyi Sports pulled live coverage of English Premier League matches over the weekend due to the league’s displays of solidarity with Ukraine.

The Premier League is “very closely” considering suspending or terminating its media rights deals with Russian broadcasters following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Vietnamese pay-television broadcaster K+ has renewed its broadcast rights deal with the English Premier League for another three seasons

The English Premier League has more than doubled its fee in Poland on the back of strong competition between Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group and pay-television broadcaster NC Plus.