United Media secures exclusive MotoGP rights

MotoGP and United Media, the media arm of Southeast Europe service provider United Group, have struck a new multi-year contract for the exclusive rights to broadcast the FIM MotoGP World Championship on United Media’s SportKlub channels in Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and North Macedonia.

Viewers throughout the region will be able to continue to watch every Grand Prix of the season exclusively on SportKlub channels. Coverage includes all practices, qualifying sessions and races for the Moto3, Moto2 and MotoGP classes, as well as all FIM Enel MotoE World Championship races. Fans will also be able to watch the end of year MotoGP Awards celebrating each season of competition.

The new Tissot Sprint for the MotoGP class will also be part of Saturday’s broadcast.

This contract extends a partnership that started in 2012, enabling SportKlub to provide racing fans with a MotoGP viewing experience

Nemanja Simeunović, CEO of Sport Klub, said: “MotoGP offers a unique thrill and rush of adrenaline, and we are honoured to have the opportunity to broadcast it on Sport Club. The contract renewal allows us to continue delivering exceptional sports experiences and to remain a regional leader in the broadcasting of motorcycle events. Our team will continue to provide viewers with the best and highest quality media coverage, as well as exclusive interviews, analyses, comments, and other content that will not be found anywhere else.”

Dan Rossomondo, CCO of Dorna Sports, said: “We’re very happy to continue our partnership with SportKlub. We’ve been working together since 2012, so we know this extension will guarantee that our fans across Southeast Europe continue to receive high-quality, comprehensive coverage of MotoGP as this new era and Tissot Sprint continue to make headlines. With a sizeable audience for our sport across Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro and North Macedonia, the right partner is a necessity, and SportKlub have proven to be just that.”

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