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Sony Pictures Networks has acquired media rights in the Indian subcontinent for the country's new X1 Racing League motorsports series, and its sister esports competition X1 Racing eSports

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks India has agreed a three-year extension to its rights deal for tennis grand slam the Australian Open

Indian pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has acquired rights for the 2019 edition of the Abu Dhabi T10 League cricket tournament, taking place November 14-24

Sony Pictures Networks India has acquired the exclusive media rights in the Indian subcontinent for the 2019 Rugby World Cup

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks India has acquired rights for this year’s World Wrestling Championship, which takes place from September 14-22 in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks India has extended an exclusive rights deal for coverage of the Ultimate Fighting Championship mixed martial arts series

Pay-television broadcaster Sony has acquired exclusive rights in South Asia to this year’s World Cup Kabaddi tournament.

Pay-television broadcasters Sony Pictures Networks and Star Sports have both reportedly turned down the opportunity to acquire rights to the Copa América, leaving this year’s edition of the national te…

Indian pay-television broadcaster Star is close to renewing its rights for the English Premier League at a discount, having faced little competition in the auction, SportBusiness Media understands.

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has agreed a deal with Fifa for rights in the Indian subcontinent to a host of the world governing body’s 2019 events.

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has agreed an exclusive deal with the World Archery governing body covering the Indian subcontinent

The International Olympic Committee has seen its Olympic Games rights fee fall in the Indian subcontinent, driven by the long consolidation in the country’s pay-television market.

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has acquired rights in the Indian subcontinent to the 2020 Tokyo summer Olympic Games and the 2020 Lausanne winter Youth Olympic Games

The ongoing Australia-India Test cricket series will be  available to all Tata Sky subscribers in India after an agreement was reached between the platform and broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks India.

Sony’s deal for Mzansi Super League rights in the Indian subcontinent carries no upfront fee and exists to facilitate sponsorship sales and build Indian interest in the league.

Media group Sony Pictures Networks India has struck a two-season extension to its rights deal with the Formula E electric car-racing championship

Media group Sony Pictures Networks India has struck a three-year extension to its rights deal for cricket competition the T10 League