Premium streaming service will launch next year in Mexico and Central America.
Major League Soccer (MLS) has revealed the four broadcasters in the US and Canada that will show the inaugural Campeones Cup, a new one-off fixture between the MLS Cup winners and the champions of Mexico’s Liga MX.
Over-the-top (OTT) streaming platform DAZN is launching a new service for its Canadian Uefa Champions League coverage that lets subscribers take in six games concurrently.
Sports broadcasting giant ESPN has enhanced its coverage of Italian soccer in the US by acquiring rights to the Coppa Italia club knockout competition.
Arturo De La Fuente, Managing Director US Office of leading Mexican side Club América will be sharing his insights on the club’s international development strategy at Soccerex USA, 15-16 November in Miami. De La Fuente will give a one-to-one interview as part of a series of discussions with leading club representatives from the likes of Paris Saint-Germain and FC Bayern Munich.
In this week’s exclusive Soccerex spotlight, we interview Carlos Ranedo, Chief Revenue Officer of Movistar Riders, a club dedicated to the development of eSports. Carlos explains the reasons behind the growth of this global phenomenon and the challenges faced by and opportunities to take advantage of by an eSports club.
League to reconsider decision to allow streams on iFollow during international break.
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