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Proximus extends Champions League rights deal

Belgian service provider Proximus has extended its exclusive rights to UEFA Champions League football to the next three seasons. Through this new agreement with UEFA, Proximus will be the only operator in Belgium to broadcast all of the UEFA Champions League matches.

Fans will be able to either choose to watch the match they want from among all matches being played simultaneously, or decide to follow all the matches at the same time through Proximus Sports’ Multi Live offering.

Multi Live is a TV offering that takes viewers from one stadium to another each time there is a major or decisive development in a match, with commentary frojm the Proximus Sports editorial.

With the operator’s All Sports  option, football fans can watch all of the Belgian football matches – Jupiler Pro League, D1B, Women Super League and Super Cup – along with German Bundesliga, Italian Serie A, Spanish Liga and the English FA Cup on the Eleven Pro League and Eleven channels.

All Sports, which features basketball, cycling, tennis, hockey, American football, combat sports and motor sports as well as football via channels Proximus Sports, Eleven Pro League, Eleven Sports, Eurosport 2, Extreme Sports, Motorvision and Automoto, is priced at €16.99 a month or €16 a month as part of a Flex subscription.

Anbother offering, All Stars & Sports offer gives unlimited access to an on-demand catalogue of over 400 films on TV, as well as national and international series, and the Netflix offering, plus a package of 25 specialized thematic channels. All Stars & Sports is available at a price of €39,99 per month.

Since October, Proximus’ Pickx service has also offered interactive functionality giving users live access to team line-ups, match statistics and the possibility of watching Jupiler Pro League and the D1B Pro League highlights via the Replay catch-up service.