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The value of domestic rights to the Thai League 1 and men’s national team matches has dropped substantially in a series of deals agreed last month.

The Professional Triathletes Organisation and the IMG agency have sealed further broadcast deals for the Collins Cup competition in China, Malaysia, South Africa, Thailand and Vietnam, along with launching…

Uefa and its sales agent CAA Eleven agreed several rights deals for the Euro 2020 tournament in the weeks and hours leading up to the start of the tournament on June 11.

Thai pay-television broadcaster True has agreed a media rights deal for Asian Football Confederation club competitions during the remainder of this year

Thai government-owned broadcaster NBT will show live coverage of the domestic football league, Thai League 1, from next month, after current rights-holder TrueVisions' deal expires

The Football Association of Thailand is refusing to concede to broadcaster TrueVisions' opposition to changes to the Thai league schedule and maintains the season will restart in September

The Football Association of Thailand has called on all relevant parties to find a solution to the rights issue jeopardising the conclusion of Thai League 1

The Football Association of Thailand has written to the country's clubs to ask whether they want to play the remaining games of the 2020 season, and warned that they face a drop in funding due to sponsorship…

After two failed negotiations in an uncompetitive environment, the English Premier League has completed a deal in Thailand, Cambodia and Laos with pay-television broadcaster TrueVisions that will see the value of its rights halve.

Thai pay-television broadcaster TrueVisions has acquired exclusive rights in the country to football’s English Premier League. The three-year deal covers the 2019-20 to 2021-22 seasons.

Thai media company BEC World paid a massive premium to acquire International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) rights in the country.

England’s Premier League this week completed the first set of deals across Asia for its rights in the 2016-17 to 2018-19 cycle, with mixed results. It saw significant increases in value from Australia and New Zealand, but a decline in Thailand, Laos and Cambodia, while Malaysia and Myanmar are proving difficult.