The new channel will offer 2,000 hours of live content per year covering freestyle skiing, snowboarding, and skateboarding, as well as team sports and motorsports, including the Superbike World Championships, the FIA WTCC and the Le Mans 24 Hours.
From launch, the channel is available on pay TV platforms Ziggo, CanalDigitaal, Belgacom, TV Vlaanderen and Multivisie TV.
Eurosport 2 is now available in 47 countries across Europe in 18 language versions and reaches over 52 million homes.
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