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Paramount+ adds Concacaf soccer rights ahead of US launch

Getty ImagesParamount+ to show more than 200 games from Concacaf, 300 from Liga Profesional de Fútbol and 360 from Brasileiro Série AOTT service also offers live NFL, PGA Tour and Uefa Champions League Rebranded platform to launch in US on 4th MarchParamount+, the rebranded streaming service previously known as CBS All Access, has added more live soccer rights to its content offering ahead of the platform’s US launch on 4th March. The ViacomCBS streaming service will show more than 200 matches from Concacaf, the governing body for soccer in Central and North America, as well as the Caribbean. Kicking off Paramount+’s coverage will be June’s Concacaf Nations League Finals, featuring the US men’s national team. The Concacaf coverage will also feature all 41 national teams across different competitions, including the qualifiers for the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup. In addition, Paramount+ will stream more than 300 games a year from Liga Profesional de Fútbol, Argentina’s domestic top flight, plus 360 matches a year from Brazil’s top tier, Campeonato Brasileiro Série A. Mediapro to market Concacaf Gold Cup and Champions League rightsAs well as offering English-language soccer broadcasts, the over-the-top (OTT) platform has announced it will be the exclusive home of the Inside the NFL series.

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