NENT Group will offer about 300 2.Bundesliga matches each season until 2029 after extending their prior four-year deal with Bundesliga International. Viewers will be able to live-stream matches weekly using Viaplay’s OTT streaming service, with game-day commentary and analysis offered in Danish.
Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT) will now continue to have exclusive rights to the Bundesliga in Denmark through 2029 after extending their prior four-year deal with Bundesliga International, an ancillary of the DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga.
Viewers will be able to live-stream over 300 Bundesliga matches each season featuring the game’s biggest stars via Viaplay’s high-definition OTT streaming service. Game-day commentary and analysis will be provided in Danish, as well as key match highlights and postgame shows.
Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT Group) has acquired multi-platform English Premier League rights in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden, in a deal that runs from 2022 to 2028. Live EPL streaming will be available on Viaplay – the leading online video streaming service in the Nordic region. Live Premier League matches and full replays may also be aired on NENT’s pay-TV and free-TV channels. The deal marks the first broadcast rights agreement for the Premier League’s cycle starting with the 2022-2023 season, and it also marks the first time a European broadcaster has secured EPL rights for a six-year period.
NENT Group has secured Nordic media rights to the Scottish Championship following a deal with the Scottish Professional Football League that will run for five years, from 2020 to 2025. NENT Group’s package includes 35 matches from the Scottish second-tier division along with the Scottish League Cup, and coverage will be available on OTT service Viaplay in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.
Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT Group) has secured Nordic rights to the Scottish League Cup until 2025 and will show live matches from the domestic cup on its OTT streaming service Viaplay in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.
Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT Group) has extended its Nordic media rights for the Scottish Premiership in a five-year deal that will run through 2025. NENT Group’s OTT streaming service Viaplay will show 48 matches live from the Premiership every season in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.
NENT Group has retained its Bundesliga rights in the Nordic region until 2025. The broadcast deal extension will see the pan-Nordic broadcaster air over 300 live German Bundesliga matches on its streaming service Viaplay, every season. Many of these Bundesliga games will also be aired live on NENT Group’s linear television networks. At least one Bundesliga match will be shown in Ultra HD format every match week. The agreement also includes pan-Nordic media rights to the German Super Cup, 2. Bundesliga and the Bundesliga relegation playoffs. Additional programming will include expert studio analysis in local languages, and match highlights.
NENT Group will continue to maintain their exclusive rights in Denmark through 2025 as a result of their four-year deal with Bundesliga International, a subsidiary of the DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga. Viewers will be able to enjoy many 2. Bundesliga matches over the course of the next four years via Viaplay’s high-def OTT’s live-streaming service, with game-day comments, key match highlights, and analysis all provided in Danish.
Nordic Entertainment (NENT) Group has extended its exclusive UEFA Champions League broadcast rights in Denmark until 2024. Whereas airings will be carried out on pay-television, all matches will be streamed live on the broadcaster’s pan-Nordic OTT service Viaplay. Under this new three-year deal between NENT and UEFA, coverage of the Champions League in Denmark will also include match highlights and extensive studio programming.
Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT) has acquired exclusive broadcast rights to the 2021 and 2024 Copa América tournaments in Denmark and four other countries. All 28 games from the 2021 Copa América competition will be shown live on NENT Group’s (over-the-top) OTT subscription streaming service Viaplay.
NENT holds pan-Nordic media rights to the German Bundesliga until 2021. The broadcaster shows live Bundesliga matches across its television and digital platforms in high definition every week. This includes its streaming service Viaplay and linear TV channels. Commentary is provided in local languages in each Nordic country, along with expert studio analysis.