Paramount + will broadcast the Premier League for Mexico and Central America

The Premier League is considered one of the most exciting football competitions in the world. For this reason, it is not surprising that this tournament is so highly valued globally.

Now, the English soccer league will arrive in Mexico and Central America through Paramount +, after an important agreement signed by the media conglomerate ViacomCBS.

The objective is to reinforce the content offer by Paramount +, so that subscribers will be able to have access to the 380 live matches of the competition during three seasons from 2022/23.

Cristiano Ronaldo with the Manchester United jersey. Getty Images


This three-year agreement will allow the Premier League to be brought to Mexico, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama, while Belize and the Dominican Republic will be able to access the rights on a non-exclusive basis.

“Live sports are an important differentiator for our streaming service and, as we have seen in the United States and Australia, we are confident that this will drive subscriber growth,” said Raffaele Annecchino, President of ViacomCBS Networks International.

This agreement was also highlighted by those in charge of the competition.

“The Premier League is pleased to announce our new partnership with ViacomCBS in Mexico and Central America. We are very pleased that ViacomCBS sees the Premier League and our clubs as a vital part of their live sports offering, ”said Paul Molnar, Premier League Media Director.

Next year, Paramount + will be launched in some key territories such as the UK, Germany, Ireland and Italy.

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