Apple to broadcast MLS for 10 years for $2.5 billion

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by David

Apple has just signed a 10-year exclusive agreement with the Major League Soccer (MLS). The American firm wants to attract fans of one of the rising sports in the United States.

Note that the agreement with the MLS will begin in 2023. Thus, the Apple will broadcast the matches of the North American football league on its platform AppleTV. The Cupertino giant will broadcast the matches of the next ten seasons (2023-2032) there.

To watch LMS matches, Apple TV users will need to pay an additional subscription to access the “Special LMS” streaming service. Remember that the platform is available in the four corners of the world and everywhere in the Apple ecosystem, but also on Android-TV Where FireOS.

The service will bring fans a new weekly live match contest show so they never miss an exciting goal or recording, as well as game replays, highlights, analysis and other original programming. This live and on-demand LMS content will provide in-depth, behind-the-scenes views of the players and clubs fans love “, says Apple in a press release.

The amount of the exclusivity agreement is approximately 2.5 billion dollars, according to the statements of the American press.

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