ProSiebenSat.1 (Germany)

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The value of ATP Tour tennis rights in Germany, Austria and Switzerland has once again dramatically increased amid intense competition for a year-round competition with a growing domestic interest

The value of Wimbledon rights in the DACH region will increase significantly in the next cycle after incumbent rights-holder Sky Deutschland faced down strong competition to retain them

Sky Deutschland to pay about €22m per season for Premier League rights, 2019-2022 This is about 70 per cent more than the €13m per season DAZN pays from 2016-2019 T

DAZN has acquired exclusive Ultimate Fighting Championship rights in Germany and Austria, more than doubling the previous value of the rights. OTT service DAZN will pay just under $2m (€1.7

German public-service broadcasters ARD and ZDF recouped more than €3m ($3.5m) from various sublicensing deals for 2018 Fifa World Cup rights in the country.

German commercial broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 and US media group Discovery have officially launched their new Joyn OTT platform. Joyn is a 50:50 joint venture between ProSiebenSat

Italian broadcaster Mediaset has acquired a 9.6-per-cent stake in German commercial broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1. The Reuters news agency reported that Mediaset’s €330m ($368m) investment saw ProSiebenSat.1’s

7Sports, the sports business division of German commercial broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 Group, has increased its stake in the DOSB New Media division of the German Olympic Sports Confederation

The German market is bracing itself for a new Bundesliga tender this summer, with media chatter at this year’s Spobis conference in Düsseldorf concentrated on the parties set to be involved.

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The Sauerland Promotion’s deal with Sport1 in Germany is of similar value to its previous deal with commercial broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1, TV Sports Markets understands.