Apple s’offre la MLS is worth 2.5 million dollars

Apple announced Tuesday that it has reached an agreement with MLS, the North American football league, to broadcast its matches over the next ten years (from 2023 to 2032). According to the American press, the American tech giant will pay around $ 250 million a year to spread the competition exclusively around the world, or about 2.4 billion euros over the entire contract.

Diffusion in France

Already engaged with the MLB, the apple firm gives a strong signal of its interest in the sport. On the model of Amazon, which seeks to impose its global streaming platform, Prime Video, by acquiring sports rights (Ligue 1, Ligue 2 or Roland-Garros in France). MLS matches will thus be broadcast in all countries where Apple has proposed the Apple TV platform. In France too.

The future MLS global network will be free, but a portion of its content will be visible to Apple TV + subscribers and certainly matches will be broadcast for free. Comments will be provided in English, Spanish and even French for Canadian franchise matches.


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