beIN Media Group streaming platform TOD wins Turkish Super Lig rights

Akash Roy 3 months ago

The streamer will now be the exclusive rights holder of the Turkish top flight in the MENA region

TOD, the live streaming platform owned by Qatari giants beIN Media Group, has acquired the exclusive broadcasting rights for the Turkish Super Lig in the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region.

This news comes after beIN Sports renewed its deal as the domestic rights holder for the Turkish top flight.

TOD is an online only platform active in the MENA region with over 10,000 hours of on-demand content including movies and series. The platform also holds a healthy portfolio of sports rights, which it brings to its subscribers via live streaming.

On top of that, TOD offers its users access to all 24 beIN Sports channels, and is available in countries throughout the Middle East and North Africa including Qatar, where beIN Media Group is based, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Morocco, Libya and Sudan, among many others.

With the acquisition of the Turkish top flight, the TOD streaming service adds to its already very competitive football offering in the region which includes live coverage of the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Qatar, the UEFA Champions League, La Liga, the Premier League and Ligue 1.

Users can also access some of the biggest competitions from other sports including NBA basketball and grand slam tennis tournaments.

John-Paul McKerlie, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at TOD, said of the deal:

“The Turkish Super Lig is one of the most celebrated leagues in the region, and broadcasting it live and exclusively through TOD will ensure our subscribers access to this premium sports series – anytime, anywhere.”

This is the latest high profile broadcast rights contract signed by beIN Media Group and the Turkish Super Lig after the two reached an agreement on global media rights last month.

Broadcasters across the world are frantically trying to secure football rights packages as we make our way through the opening stages of what is set to be an action packed season.

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