Eurosport Events

Australian public-service broadcaster SBS has signed on as a broadcaster of the International Cycling Union’s (UCI) Track Champions League.

Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand has signed on as the first broadcast rights-holder for the International Cycling Union’s (UCI) Track Champions League.

Discovery-owned Eurosport Events will continue to promote the FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR) until at least 2025 after signing off on a three-year renewal

There will be free-to-air television coverage in New Zealand of Pure ETCR, the new electric touring car racing series, on the Discovery-owned commercial network TV3

Saran Media Group, the Istanbul-based media-rights agency, has secured rights in Turkey to the inaugural season of the electric touring car racing series, Pure ETCR

International broadcaster Eurosport will show the inaugural season of the electric touring car racing series, Pure ETCR

Sports broadcaster Sport TV has acquired rights in Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia to the World Touring Car Cup (WTCR) motorsport series

The investment of Eurosport Events in global rights to the Speedway World Championships and Speedway of Nations series makes sense for the company on several fronts, independent experts say.

The International Cycling Union (UCI) has announced a partnership with Discovery which will see the two collaborate on the creation of a new UCI Track Cycling World League

Indonesian public-service broadcaster TVRI has acquired rights for this year's inaugural 8 Hours of Sepang motorcycle racing event, in a deal with Eurosport Events, the commercial rights-holder of the…

Malaysian pay-television broadcaster Astro will broadcast live coverage of the inaugural 'Races of Malaysia' motorsports event this December under a new media rights agreement with Eurosport Events

UK public-service broadcaster the BBC has agreed deals to cover Scotland’s women’s national football team’s friendlies matches ahead of the 2019 Fifa Women’s World Cup and the opening event of the 201…

Japanese commercial broadcaster Nippon Television Network has agreed a two-season deal to provide live coverage for motorcycling’s Endurance World Championship.