OneFootball has agreed an international rights deal with Mexico’s Liga MX.
The deal, brokered through rights agency Mediapro, will see the app stream live games and highlights to the top-flight league.
In particular, OneFootball will show between two and five live matches per matchday from the upcoming 2021/22 Liga MX season. The service will also stream highlights clips from the Liga MX Apertura 2021 and Clausura 2022 featuring 18 teams including Club América, Cruz Azul, Pumas, Toluca, FC Juárez, Necaxa and Tigres.
To date, OneFootball said that it has achieved 85 million monthly active users, while the new contract covers a wide range of countries including the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Latin America, Africa and Asia.
The addition of a small Liga MX rights package complements existing rights deals with the likes of the German Bundesliga, Belgian Pro League and Scottish Premier League.
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