Match TV (Russia)
The initial burst of deals across Europe are the first to be announced for the new cycle, and also the first major deals agreed by the DFB since it took DFB-Pokal rights back in house.
Pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports, the Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group and subscription broadcaster Sport TV are among the broadcasters to have acquired rights to this year’s edition of Royal A…
Russian pay-television operator Tricolor has re-introduced the Match TV football channels to its offering in a carriage deal
The value of Bundesliga rights in Poland has more than doubled for the 2021-25 cycle in the league’s deal with new entrant Nordic Entertainment Group, adding to a generally strong start to sales in Europe.
German sports broadcaster Sport1 has renewed its rights to the National Hockey League ahead of the start of the 2020-21 season and will continue to share rights with OTT streaming service DAZN which has…
Belarusian telecoms operator Beltelecom has added Basketball World and Match! Planet, two Russian sports channels, to its channel line-up on Zala, its terrestrial television and IPTV service
The Gazprom-owned broadcaster Match TV has acquired exclusive rights in Russia to broadcast the Visma Ski Classics series
Gazprom Media-owned Match TV has signed a new deal extending its Bundesliga rights in Russia for a further four seasons, from 2021-22 to 2024-25
The Disney-owned direct-to-consumer streaming platform ESPN+ has acquired US broadcast rights to the Scottish Premiership in one of a string of broadcast deals finalised by the Infront agency
Russian social media platforms VK and Odnoklassniki, owned by Russian internet company Mail
LaLiga will more than double the value of its rights in Russia in its imminent renewal with the Telesport agency for the 2021-26 cycle.
Gazprom Media-owned Match TV has renewed its Formula 1 broadcast rights in Russia, but has lost exclusivity as the premium version of F1TV, the series’ OTT platform, is set for launch in the country i…
Russian sports broadcaster Match TV will make its coverage of the Russian Premier League free-to-air for the remainder of the season
Poland's Ekstraklasa has furthered its international reach with a new deal in Russia with pay-television broadcaster Match TV that will run until the end of the 2020-21 season
Gazprom Media-owned Match TV has announced its acquisition of broadcast rights to the Uefa Champions League, Europa League and new third-tier Europa Conference League from 2021-22 to 2023-24
Incumbent Match TV overcame pressure from Russian internet players to retain rights to Uefa’s club competition for the 2021-24 cycle, albeit at a steep increase on its current outlay, SportBusiness Media understands.
Russian sports broadcaster Match TV, owned by Gazprom Media, is reported to have become the subject of a lawsuit in Rambler Media Group’s crackdown on what it claims is illicit broadcasts of the English P…
Russian sports broadcaster Match TV, owned by Gazprom Media, has sublicensed digital rights to the Russian Premier League and Uefa’s club competitions to OTT streaming service ivi.