It was recently announced that BeIN media won the rights to all Euro 2020 matches. The rights of Euro 2020 were for sale and BeIN won them.
This is a major rights agreement and its makes the relationship between UEFA and beIN stronger. It means that beIN will broadcast the majority of the UEFA Champions League games for the 2021-2024 seasons.
This is a great deal and it means a lot of money for both parties involved. The rights were initially being assessed by MediaPro, but the group decided against the deal.
BeIN is happy to have the rights to Euro 2020 for many reasons. The fact that the format is 24 hours means that there will be more content. It also means that it will be bigger and better.
The broadcast rights of the rest of the Euro 2020 Championship was bought by beIN Sports for $42.3 million or 38 million Euros.
The broadcaster expects to bring in over $97 million for UEFA on French soil. Four years ago, France bought the rights in 2016 and made more than $120 million in broadcast rights alone.
Included in this deal is top of the line programming of the Euro 2020 championship, exclusive events, behind-the-scenes footage and there have been many show ideas that have been pitched already.
What Does This Mean For Me?
Depending on where you are located, this may have an effect on your viewing channels. UEFA and BeIN own the rights to the Euro 2020, which means fans can watch all of the games live of the Euro 2020. There are 28 matches that are only exclusives to BeIN.
There are several stipulations with the agreement, and it covers linear and digital output. The agreement also covers highlights, near-live, on-demand, draw, and other programming. The Euro 2020 begins on June 12th and ends July 12.
beIN had secured most of the UEFA Champions League matches for 2021-2024 in France. It also is a partner to UEFA on the Middle East and North Africa too. They are the official broadcaster of the UEFA major clubs competitions and UEFA Nations League and the European qualifiers for EURO 2020.
This partnership is going to be a long-term one and UEFA and beIN want to bring only the best to the fans and subscribers. They value their subscribers and customers and want the best for them. beIN wants to be one of the best and biggest leading sports broadcasters in the world.
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beIN delivers great coverage of sports and other events. They broadcast in over 30 countries around the world. beIN has some great new ideas and innovations for the coming years. They want to be number one in the quality of programming that they broadcast. If you are a fan of the UEFA Champions League or Euro 2020, we suggest that you check your local listings to find out when and where your favorite squad is playing, so you can enjoy the sites and sounds of Euro 2020.