Commenting on the development, Mircea Sai, Digi Sport project manager, said: “We are pleased to bring Digi subscribers the good news of the extension of broadcasting rights for LaLiga, one of the European championships with tradition and public success, which, along with other premium competitions in football, tennis, handball, motorsport, contributes to the performance of the Digi Sport TV platform. Due to the quality of the programmes broadcast by Digi Sport (1, 2, 3, 4), our platform is a leader in the segment of sports themed channels in Romania, registering this year a general audience of over 100,000 viewers nationwide (cumulatively)”.
Digi Sport viewers have access to the most watched sports competitions in Romania and Europe. Along with Liga 1, Liga 2 and the Romanian Cup, Digi Sport TV channels broadcast important European football competitions, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, LaLiga, Serie A, Ligue 1 and Bundesliga, European handball cups, as well as European cups, world and continental handball championships, Formula 1 and MotoGP. Digi Sport is also broadcasting, exclusively every year, 50 WTA tournaments until 2023.
The Digi Sport 1, 2, 3, 4 channels and digisport.ro website are part of the Digi group/RCS& RDS. Digi Group also owns Digi24 news TV the first Ultra HD channel in Romania, Digi 4K, Film Now (pay-TV), Digi World thematic channels, Digi Life and Digi Animal World, UTV music TV, Music Channel, Hit Music and the radio stations Pro FM, Digi FM, Dance FM and Chill FM.