The Argentina Championship closed the international contract with the OneFootball platform

The Argentina Championship closed the international contract with the OneFootball platform

Five games will be made available to per-view app users up to each competition round

Newsroom – Sao Paulo (SP) Published on 6/13/2022 at 5:25 pm – Updated at 5:27 pm

O Argentina ChampionshipClosed distribution agreement for live game broadcast in the international market with Onefootball.

Professional branch established by Argentina Football Distribution (AFD), Global Sports Rights Management and Agencies CompetitionTo manage overseas sales for the country’s top national football league, signed a distribution partnership with digital platforms covering live matches and highlights across multiple regions.

“It’s about putting the fans first. We’re delighted to have another like-minded partner with AFD, “said Nicholas von Dotinchem, Vice President of OneFootball’s Streaming and Media Rights.

“We look forward to bringing the prestigious Argentine Premier League and AFA Play to new audiences around the world, and look forward to further expanding our partnership with Argentine Football on Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 in the future.”

PPV game

As part of the distribution agreement, pay-per-view (PPV) broadcasts of Premier League matches will be made available to OneFootball users in over 130 markets through the AFA Play Over-the-Top Streaming Platform (OTT). In the 2022 and 2023 seasons, five live matches per round will be made available for 1.99 per match.

We look forward to bringing the prestigious Argentine Premier League and AFA Play to new audiences around the world.

“This agreement with AFA Play is a milestone that complements our OTT portfolio with live matches and OneFootball highlights, including some of our key markets such as Germany, Italy, UK and Spain,” said Von Dotinchem.

On a free level, OneFootball will offer a video collection of Primara Division highlights and highlights through its distribution network, which includes more than 230 distribution partners worldwide.

International visibility

In addition to its presence in major markets such as France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Brazil and the Southeast, the agreement with AFD guarantees access to the monthly user base of the football platform in Germany, which has over 100 million users. Asia, in other regions.

AFD President Ignacio Galarza believes the deal will increase Argentina’s international visibility of the championship.

“We look forward to working with an innovative company like OneFootball as this agreement is an important step towards reaching new territory and a young audience that is the core population of OneFootball members: Generation Y and Generation Z,” Galarza said.

This agreement is an important step in that direction [o Campeonato Argentino] Reach out to young audiences with key OneFootball members: Generation Y and Generation Z.

The agreement also builds on the existing partnership of OneFootball with the Argentine Football Association (AFA) for other video contentAlso recently announced partnership with the local football federation for non-fungible tokens (NFT).

Tournament portfolio

OneFootball’s latest broadcast rights deal platform adds to its international live football offerings, including Brasilirao and Copa do Brazil series A and B, Sublicensee agreement with Grupo Globo. By the second agreement, The company also broadcasts Brasileirão games abroad.

In addition, the platform also offers games from nine European leagues, with the Bundesliga being the main attraction. In Germany, OneFootball signed a contract Distribution of tournament NFT.

Recently, the streaming platform also entered into an agreement with CONMEBOL for broadcasting Highlights of the 2023 and 2026 Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana. As per the agreement, the company Its users will have the right to post videos of the best shots of goals and matchesFree, just three minutes after the live broadcast.

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