Last year, beIN SPORTS began broadcasting World Superbike to American audiences. And the best part? Unlike previous coverage, most of the beIN’s coverage was broadcasted live.
And during beIN SPORTS debut “Upfront” presentation held at Rockefeller Center, the international sports network reported it will continue broadcasting World SBK through 2015.
“beIN SPORTS launched in the U.S. with the mission of providing the top sports content to one of the biggest media markets in the world, and to put fans in front of the sports they want,” said Antonio Briceno, Deputy Managing Director of beIN SPORTS North America.
“In just two short years, we have made huge strides towards achieving that goal by bringing viewers over 3,000 hours of live coverage and more premium international content across our various platforms. We take a total market approach as we work to create and deliver innovative and seamless TV and digital media solutions allowing marketers to reach consumers across every available screen.”
FIM World Superbike Worldwide Broadcast Networks:
- USA&CANADA – beIN Sports
- LATIN AMERICA – Fox Sports Latin America
- BRAZIL – ESPN Brazil
- UK – British Eurosport & Channel 4
- PAN-EUROPE – EUROSPORT
- SPAIN – TeleDeporte
- ITALY – Mediaset
- PAN-AFRICA – SuperSprot Mnet
- NORTH AFRICA/MIDDLE EAST – beIN Sports
- CHINA – Chong Qing
- JAPAN – J Sports
- AUSTRALIA – FOX Speed TV
- NEW ZEALAND – SKY NZ
- PAN-ASIA – FOX Sports