The Formula 1 races will be exclusively shown on pay-TV in Germany from the next season: Sky Deutschland has acquired the exclusive broadcast rights in a long-term agreement.
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.
After this year’s season, RTL will end its live transmissions of Formula 1 races, which the German broadcaster has been showing on free-TV since 1991.
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 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.
German broadcaster Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland has acquired the TV rights to the UEFA Europa League and UEFA Europa Conference League from the 2021/22 season.
Amazon has underlined that the acquisition of the live rights of the UEFA Champions League is based on a mixed calculation.
After 20 years, German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland will no longer show the games of the UEFA Champions League.
Amazon has acquired part of the UEFA Champions League rights from the 2021/22 season for Amazon Prime Video in Germany.
Streaming service ESPN+ will be the new US home for German football league Bundesliga as the result of a new multi-year agreement with German football association DFL that will begin in August 2020.