German pay-TV operator Sky Deutschland has secured most of the domestic broadcasting rights to live Bundesliga football matches from the 2021/22 season onwards.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) and the German Bundesliga debuted the first Bundesliga match facts during tonight’s match between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern München on broadcast television in over 200 countries.
Germany’s domestic football league Bundesliga will return on May 16, 2020 following the interruption due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
In light of the current situation, the Executive Committee of German football association DFL has decided to postpone the planned tender for the media rights of Germany’s domestic football league Bundesliga.
German pay-TV operator Sky Deutschland will make its Bundesliga live highlights sessions available free to air on Sky Sport News HD on the upcoming two weekends.
German football association DFL has invited interested parties to take part in the tender of the media rights to the matches of the first and second division Bundesliga, the Supercup and relegation play-offs for the four seasons from 2021/22 to 2024/25 covering Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg and South Tyrol.
NENT Group has announced plans to show more than 300 live Bundesliga games each season on its Viaplay streaming service.
Germany’s national football association DFL acquires a stake in Israeli-based mobile app startup Movez.
German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland is now making all highlight videos of live sports events available on the Sky Q app (Apple TV and Samsung TVs), the Sky Q Mini box and through the Sky Go app on mobile devices.
Germany’s domestic football league Bundesliga has chosen Amazon Web Services (AWS) as its technology provider to deliver more in-depth insight into live broadcasts of Bundesliga games and a personalised viewing experience.