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The top league for women’s soccer in the United States has signed a partnership with Running pursuit To develop an over-the-counter (OTT) service that will allow fans outside the United States to watch the next season for free.
The deal will allow the NWSL to introduce its products to foreign viewers for the first time through the NWSLSoccer.com portal, as previously reported. Sports Pro Media The new service will provide live coverage of every league match during the 2023 season and will be powered by Endeavor Streaming technology for the back end.
“We are excited to highlight globally the exceptional players who bring first class competition and entertainment to the NWSL”said the NWSL Commissioner Jessica BermanAnd “As this is the year of the World Cup, we look forward to providing our global fans with the opportunity to watch these players compete for their NWSL clubs before the World Cup begins and when they return this year’s summer.”
Bellamy HouseChief Commercial Officer of Endeavor Streaming added:We are excited to continue our global momentum in women’s sport by helping some of the world’s biggest leagues and federations grow their audiences, increase accessibility and build direct relationships with their fans.”
In addition to the direct-to-consumer (DTC) service, the league also announced two streaming deals with DAZN and Tigo.
DAZN has acquired the non-exclusive broadcast rights for the upcoming season covering several major markets in Europe such as the United Kingdom, Germany and Spain, as well as Brazil and Japan. The broadcaster will cover games during the NWSL regular season, playoffs and the NWSL Challenge Cup.
Highlights will be made available on DAZN and on DAZN’s Women’s Football YouTube channel with geo-targeting for the markets served in the deal.
Central American station Tigo will provide non-exclusive coverage of NWSL in select regions including Costa Rica, Honduras and Panama.
These two deals come after Canadian pay television channel TSN signed an agreement for live coverage of NWSL games to be broadcast on TSN and on its TSN+ streaming platform.
In the US, CBS is entering the final season of a nationwide TV rights deal, providing it with cross-platform coverage of all 176 NWSL games. The league hopes it can improve on the current deal by raising revenue just as Apple and MLS did in Men’s soccer in the United States.
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