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The Pragosport agency last month extended its deal for global rights to the Czech First League – the Czech Republic’s top-tier football league – and immediately secured a domestic deal with pay-television broadcaster O2 for rights in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Uefa has more than doubled the value of its club competitions in Czech Republic and Slovakia by striking an exclusive deal for the Champions League with pay-television broadcaster O2.

The aggressiveness of telco Telekom Srbija was a driving factor in increases in the value of the rights to the Uefa Champions League and Europa League in the Balkans.

Pay-television broadcaster O2 has acquired rights to the NFL in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, and will make content available via Digi Slovakia’s Premier Sport channel.

Pay-television broadcaster O2 has renewed rights to Women’s Tennis Association events in the Czech Republic for a further three years, from 2020 to 2022.

Telecommunications company O2 Czech Republic has struck a deal to show North America’s Major League Baseball.

Czech pay-television broadcaster O2 TV has bolstered its mixed martial arts portfolio, announcing a new media-rights deal for Singapore-based promotion One Championship