Eurosport will broadcast the French Open tennis tournament live in Ultra HD/4K for DTH satellite households in Germany from May 26 to June 9, 2019.
France Télévisions will be the free-to-air Olympic broadcaster for the Olympic Winter Games in Beijing in 2022 and the Olympic Summer Games in Paris 2024 following an agreement with rights holder Discovery.
Eurosport has unveiled the on-screen brand mark for next year’s Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.
Eurosport has signed a three-year deal with the ATP Tour and ATP Media.
With the start the new season only days away, German public broadcasters ARD and ZDF have expanded their existing partnerships with the FIA Formula E Championship to show more live races in season five across their networks.
Eurosport will offer 25 hours of exclusive content across most of Europe, and an enhanced digital coverage of the 105th Tour de France.
Eurosport’s coverage of The Championships at Wimbledon is with all courts available to watch on the Eurosport Player, in addition to selected matches on Eurosport TV.
Discovery has inked a $2 billion multi-year deal for the rights to the PGA Golf Tour.
Eurosport’s broadcast of Roland Garros in Ultra HD will be available to Antik Telecom subscribers in Slovakia, marking its first foray in Eastern Europe.
During the French Open tennis championship at Roland Garros, Eurosport’s 4k/Ultra HD feed will be available across several platforms in Europe.