The service enables viewers to access live and on-demand remium sports content such as Euro 2016, Liga BBVA, Formula 1 or NBA on their tablet, mobile or laptop devices, available via subscription both online and as an app.
The service includes a catch-up option, allowing viewers to watch any live sport or programming shown on the network’s channels in the past 24 hours.
This is complemented by video-on-demand, providing viewers with clips and short-form highlights, and the ability to pause and rewind live coverage of events.
“We are extremely excited to launch our new Eleven Sports digital service at a time when fans continue to look for the best and most convenient ways to watch sport. Working with NeuLion has enabled us to offer viewers a best in class service which we are sure they will be delighted with. Our fantastic range of world-class sports deserves to be showcased on a platform like this and enjoyed by as many people as possible,” said Danny Menken, group managing director, Eleven Sports Network.
“Our experience and expertise delivering live sports throughout Europe and Asia for big brands including the NFL, NBA, UFC and others has allowed us to continue to land fantastic new partners,” says Kanaan Jemili, CEO, NeuLion.
“We are excited to team up with Eleven Sports Network and give their fans an enhanced digital experience delivering great content on multiple devices.”
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