Padel

Pay-television broadcaster BT Sport has acquired rights in the UK and Ireland to the World Padel Tour (WPT)

Spanish public-service broadcaster RTVE has furthered its association with Premier Padel by agreeing a non-exclusive rights deal with the series to cover the remainder of its debut season

French pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus has secured rights to show Premier Padel in over 60 territories, including France

Premier Padel, the new global padel tour run by the International Padel Federation (FIP) and backed by players body the Professional Padel Association (PPA) and Qatar Sports Investments (QSI), has appointed…

Premier Padel, the new global tour launched by the International Padel Federation (FIP), Professional Padel Association and the state-backed Qatar Sports Investments organisation, has announced an uplift…

Premier Padel, the new global tour launched by the International Padel Federation (FIP), Professional Padel Association and the state-backed Qatar Sports Investments (QSI) organisation, has struck a broadcast…

Google-owned streaming platform YouTube is broadcasting the Premier Padel Qatar Major, the first event of the inaugural edition of the tour, free of charge in Spain

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports will show the inaugural edition of the Premier Padel tour across 37 countries including Australia, France, New Zealand, Singapore and Turkey

The new global padel tour backed by Qatar Sports Investments (QSI), the International Padel Federation (FIP) and the Professional Players Association has announced a broadcast deal with Sky covering multiple…

The new global padel tour backed by Qatar Sports Investments (QSI), the International Padel Federation (FIP) and the Professional Players Association (PPA) have agreed a broadcast deal with US media giant…

The World Padel Tour has sealed a new rights deal with Telefónica-owned pay-television broadcaster Movistar Plus, while detailing plans to expand the live offering available through its in-house OTT platform, …

Telefónica-owned Movistar Plus is reported to have acquired pay-television rights in Spain to the next two seasons of the World Padel Tour.

World Padel Tour has agreed an international media rights deal with the Mediapro agency as it continues to try and fight off the threat of player breakaways and a rival tour backed by Qatar Sports Investments

Live coverage of this month’s World Padel Championship will be shown in Belgium by pay-television broadcaster Eleven.

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Media Group has acquired exclusive rights to the postponed 2020 World Padel Championship across 37 territories spanning the Middle East and North Africa, Asia-Pacific and…

French pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus has acquired the rights to broadcast the World Padel Tour

Pay-television broadcaster Sky Italia has signed a rights deal with the World Padel Tour