Sky Deutschland has added highlight video content from its live sports channels to its Sky Q and Sky Go platforms, meaning that all Sky Customers with its Bundesliga football package have access to highlights of Sky Bundesliga games and all matches in the 2.Bundesliga division.
Sky live sports highlights will be available via the Sky Q set-top and Sky Q app for Apple TV and Samsung TVs, along with mobile app Sky Go.
Highlight clips of Bundesliga matches will be available from midnight of each match day, while highlights from the 2.Bundesliga will be available shortly after the end of each match.
Highlights from UEFA Champions League games and DFB Cup matches will also be available to all Sky customers shortly after the end of each game, along with highlights of handball, tennis and golf tournaments.
Max Konstantin Ehrhardt, director of product management at Sky Deutschland said: “The highlight videos have been a huge success since they were launched on the Sky Q receiver last year, with millions of hits. Now the most important scenes of all Sky Live sports events are available at home and on the go via any device with Sky Q or Sky Go. For all sports fans, there is no better platform than Sky Q.”
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