Club Deportivo Guadalajara announced the relaunch of its OTT service Chivas TV. For this new stage, the Mexican team has signed a deal with NBC Sports Group to use the Playmaker Media platform.
Chivas renamed its service as Chivas TV 2.0 and with this new partnership wants to leave behind the technical problems it recorded during its first year, and for which it was fined several times.
In addition, Chivas launched a new monthly subscription option for MX$ 111 and USD 6.99 for international users (except the United States and Puerto Rico) as well as iOS and Android apps.
The new platform will launch with the friendly match against Porto, from Estadio Chivas on July 19 in Guadalajara, Jalisco.
Playmaker Media, owned by NBC Sports Group and operated by NBC Sports Digital, delivers direct-to-consumer live streaming and video-on-demand solutions for major sports leagues, professional team franchises, regional and national sports broadcasting networks, and other premium rights holders of live-event content.
Playmaker currently provides live streaming capabilities and infrastructure for Telemundo Sports’ long-term FIFA agreement, including the 2015 Women’s World Cup, the 2017 Confederations Cup, and the 2018 FIFA World Cup-Russia. In addition, Playmaker Media provides video support for the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) global digital Olympic Channel.