Lega Serie B

Mauro Balata, president of Italy’s second football division, Serie B, has called on football’s governing bodies to be more aware of the negative impact their constant expansion of competitions has on the value of domestic leagues.

Lega Nazionale Professionisti Serie B (LNPB), the organising body of the second tier of football in Italy, is working on the final details of its domestic rights invitation to tender for the next three-year…

Lega Serie B is currently weighing up proposals submitted for an international betting video and fastpath data rights advisory contract

Lega Serie B, organising body of the second tier of Italian club football, has claimed a first by implementing full remote production of a league match

OneFootball, the football-focused media platform, has strengthened its relationship with Lega Serie B by signing a global content deal with the governing body for the second division of Italian club football

Media platform OneFootball has secured non-exclusive rights for highlights of all Serie B matches that remain in the 2021-22 season

Lega Serie B will be broadcast for the first time in the United States following a distribution deal between Helbiz Media, the Italian league's exclusive global rights distributor, and Fox Networks Group

Stats Perform, the sports data and technology company, has retained its betting video rights to Italian football’s second-tier Serie B while also winning the betting data rights.

Helbiz Media, Lega Serie B’s global media rights distributor, has agreed a deal with Kosmos, the company co-founded by Barcelona footballer Gerard Piqué, to ensure broadcast deals for the second tier of…

Helbiz, the US-based micro-mobility company, has presented its innovative business model for the domestic streaming rights to Serie B, the second tier of Italian club football

Global sports subscription service and media company DAZN has acquired non-exclusive domestic broadcast rights to Italian football's second-tier Serie B from 2021-22 to 2023-24

Helbiz, the US-based micro-mobility company, has secured domestic streaming rights to Italian football’s second-tier Serie B, while also being appointed to distribute rights worldwide as it establishes i…

Italy’s second-tier football league, Serie B, looks set to be rewarded for creative thinking in the face of difficult market conditions, securing a 25-per-cent increase in the value of its domestic media rights with further deals in the pipeline.

The value of the rights to second- and third-tier properties in Italy is enjoying a mini-boom in the wake of DAZN’s acquisition in March of the main live rights to Serie A for the next three seasons. Faced with the loss of its key property, Sky is fighting back, renewing deals with MotoGP and the Bundesliga and snatching rights currently held by DAZN, such as Serie B and Ligue 1.

Pay-television broadcaster Sky Italia has acquired non-exclusive domestic broadcast rights to Serie B from 2021-22 to 2023-24

Lega Serie B has informed broadcasters in Italy of the prices assigned to the non-exclusive rights packages available in its newly-launched domestic rights tender that spans the 2021-24 period

Clubs from Italian football’s Lega Serie B have approved an invitation to tender for domestic broadcast rights, a process that will offer non-exclusive packages to the market.

Lega Serie B, the governing body for Italy’s second tier of domestic football, has agreed an international rights deal with LIVENow, the streaming platform launched by Aser Ventures.