To broadcast live sports, the company has tried to acquire the rights of the Men’s Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) tennis tour to some European countries such as France and the UK However, the company has not been successful to do so.
Video streaming site Netflix is now preparing to enter sports. A report is claiming that Netflix is going to start live sports streaming soon. A report in The Wall Street Journal stated that the company tried to acquire the rights to the Men’s Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) tennis tour for some European countries such as France and the UK to broadcast live sports, although the company Haven’t had success in this.
By the way, if the company’s next attempt is successful, then players like Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Carlos Alcaraz will be seen on Netflix’s screen. According to the WSJ, Netflix is also trying out other sports events, including the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), as well as several cycling events. There is talk about buying a “low-profile league” by netflix.
In India, England’s top-tier football Premier League, along with the Indian cricket team’s matches, the Jewel of the Crown is owned by Disney+ Hotstar, while the Indian Premier League (IPL) is now owned by Reliance Industries-owned Viacom18. That was previously with Disney+ Hotstar.
Remind you that Netflix, troubled by the continuous loss, has introduced the gaming service a few months back. Customers will not be charged separately for the game. Gaming service will be available only in Netflix subscription. Netflix has said that no advertisement will be shown to any user during gaming.