Yesterday, Belgium’s First Division Football Championship, the Jupler Pro League, announced the signing of broadcast contracts outside its borders and confirmed its desire for an international performance.
In partnership with Medipro in charge of international distribution of the championship, Jupilar Pro League and XI Sports have signed on with international streaming platforms MyCuJoo and OneFootball For France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom. A deal with ESPN was also finalized last week.
“Thanks to the agreement with MyCujoo, OneFootball and LIVENow, all Jupiler Pro League matches can now be seen in Germany, France, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, Austria, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Scandinavia and Ireland. Huh” Specifies the press release. The offer on both platforms will be free till the Playoffs, after which it will be chargeable. “
The offer on both platforms will be free till the Playoffs, after which it will be chargeable. “
“As part of our Home of Belgium football project, we want to give Belgian football even more international visibility. The agreements with MyCujoo, OneFootball and LIVENow are an integral part of this strategy that we share with the Pro League. Guillaume Collard, managing director ELEVEN Belgium and Luxembourg and chief rights acquisition officer Eleven Sports Group, says. “We want to continue to respond to changes in sports consumption among sports fans. More digital, more fragmented. Agreements were also done in this direction. “
Responding to changes in sports consumption among sports fans. “
For France, Onefootball has acquired the broadcast rights to the Jupler Pro League. The nine matches of each day of the championship will be broadcast for free on Onefootball on Friday evenings.