Mexican Club Deportivo Guadalajara, known as ‘Las Chivas’, and Claro Sports, announced an agreement to broadcast the football club’s local matches in the MX League in 18 countries in Latin America and Europe, during the next two seasons of the championship, through Claro Sports and Marca Claro platforms.
As detailed in the agreement, the measure will benefit more than eight million Claro Sports subscribers in Latin America, who will be able to closely follow the Mexican football club local matches through the Claro Sports and Marca Claro multiplatforms, which will be accessed in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, the Dominican Republic, Uruguay and Venezuela.
In addition, Mexicans living in Spain will also be able to access Chivas local matches through Marca’s digital platforms. Apart from that, Chivas has already agreed with Telemundo Deportes, for the exclusive rights for the US of Chivas local games in the MX League.
Andres Nieto Serpa, Director at Claro Sports, is one of the confirmed speakers in ‘The changing face of sports broadcasting in the pandemic era’, new virtual panel to be sponsored by Flowics, and will take place on Thursday, September 24th at 1:00 PM (ART). Registration is free and can be done here.