Sky Österreich will generate more than €5m ($5.9m) per season from the sublicensing of Austrian Bundesliga rights, from 2018-19 to 2021-22.
LaLiga has increased the value of its rights in 13 European and Asian markets by about 20 per cent in a single deal with the Advisers Media International agency.
Germany’s Bundesliga has extended its international betting rights deal with Sportradar at a small increase in value, TV Sports Markets understands.
Laola1.tv is not paying an upfront fee to MP & Silva for German Bundesliga rights in the Nordics and Romania, with the two hoping to earn revenue from sponsorship and advertising.
Sports and betting-related services company Sportradar has usurped rivals IMG and Perform to win Tennis Australia betting rights.
Interview with Carsten Koerl, chief executive and founder of Sportradar, on the betting and data services company’s acquisition of Sportsman Media Holding and what it means for the betting rights sector
Sportradar’s acquisition of Sportsman last week will see the company bid more aggressively for top-tier betting rights, Sportradar chief executive Carsten Koerl told TV Sports Markets this week.
The global betting rights for Spain’s LaLiga will come to the market this summer, at a time when the betting rights market is reaching a fever pitch due to the aggressive entrance of the IMG Events & Media agency.
Interview with Michel Masquelier, chairman of IMG Events & Media, on the agency’s increasing expansion into the betting rights market.
The Sportsman Media Group’s desire to remain on an equal footing with its rivals helped the German Bundesliga to a massive increase in the value of its betting rights in a deal agreed late last month.
The organisers of motor racing’s World Rally Championship believe they are well on the road to achieving something no other promoter has so far been able to: making a commercial success of the championship.
The German Bundesliga is set to more than double its international rights value from 2015-16 onwards following a host of deals agreed in recent weeks.
German sports broadcaster Sport1 picked up the rights to the inaugural season of the Champions Hockey League ice hockey tournament for a small rights fee.
German telco Deutsche Telekom last week moved back into buying exclusive sports rights with a deal for the domestic basketball league, which was a big increase on the previous value.
Media rights to the Champions Hockey League ice hockey club competition were sold last month in Switzerland, with a rights fee and production costs included.