Qatar’s beIN Media and MENA renew UEFA broadcasting rights | Art Culture News
The deal also includes new rights to broadcast UEFA’s premium women’s football matches.
Qatar’s beIN Media Group said on Thursday that it has reached a three-year renewal agreement under which its flagship sports network beIN Sports will retain the exclusive rights to broadcast UEFA’s premium club football matches in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
The deal includes the rights to broadcast three UEFA games-the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League, and the UEFA UEFA League-as well as new rights to UEFA’s premium women’s football games. The UEFA Women’s Champions League.
UEFA Marketing Director Guy-Laurent Epstein said at a press conference: “This is another major rights deal for UEFA to secure large amounts of funds for the European Football Pyramid.”
“We are very pleased to expand our trustworthy partnership with beIN MEDIA GROUP. beIN MEDIA GROUP’s sports network in the Middle East and North Africa is second to none in terms of program quality and broadcast innovation. We are also very pleased that the UEFA Women’s Champions League has this Important exposure platform,” Epstein added.
According to the agreement, beIN will exclusively broadcast UEFA matches in Arabic, English and French in all 24 countries in the Middle East and North Africa.
The agreement extends the 12-year partnership between UEFA and beIN in the region. beIN is already the exclusive broadcaster of the UEFA National Team Football Championships, including all European qualifiers for the 2020 European Cup, 2024 European Cup, National League and the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Richard Verow, Chief Sports Officer of beIN, said: “European football can inspire and inspire fans more than other sports in the Middle East and North Africa-there is no better broadcaster in the world than this. The content is brought to fans, families and families in the Arab world.” The media group said in a press statement.
“Starting from the incredible spectacle of UEFA EURO 2020 starting next week, we look forward to continuing to provide our valued subscribers in the region with the best world sporting events,” Verow added.
beIN’s acquisition of the broadcast rights for the UEFA Women’s Champions League will strengthen its beInspired broadcasting portfolio and corporate commitment to provide a global platform for the under-exposed talents and voices of major media in history.
beIN Media Group distributes and produces countless sports, entertainment and major international events in 11 different languages ??in 43 countries and regions on five continents, covering Europe, North America, Asia, Australia, and the Middle East and North Africa.
The company’s flagship sports network beIN Sports has the largest single sports copyright portfolio of all broadcasters in the world, and its film studio MIRAMAX has a huge library of Hollywood blockbusters.