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The merger of Fox Sports and ESPN’s Brazilian arms further consolidates the country’s sports broadcast market and could make it even more difficult for international rights-holders to extract value from an already tricky territory.

With Copa del Rey rights now available in one package, ESPN Brasil was comfortable agreeing a three-season deal for a competition that has historically been a tough sell in the territory.

Pan-regional sports broadcaster ESPN is covering all streaming service DAZN’s costs for English Premier League rights in South America and has sublicensed select Premier League coverage in Brazil to the latter in mutually-beneficial deals.

LaLiga, the governing body of Spain’s highest two domestic football divisions, has agreed a long-term rights renewal with the Disney Group in Brazil.

Bandeirantes, the Brazilian media group with free-to-air and pay-TV channels, is said to be vying with pay-television broadcaster ESPN to acquire the Brazilian broadcast rights to the Bundesliga, the top…

The Brazilian arm of global sports broadcaster ESPN is close to acquiring the rights to a host of ATP tournaments as it makes a play for premium tennis properties in the country

Brazilian pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports Brasil is said to have amassed a R$120m ($22.3m/€20m) deficit between 2016 and 2019.