Eurosport India bags the broadcast rights for MotoGP World Championship for the next 3 years

Industry Watch | February 22, 2024 | News

Eurosport India MotoGP World Championship

Eurosport India bags the broadcast rights for MotoGP World Championship the next three years. The 2024 MotoGP World Championship kicks off on March 8, 2024 with the Qatar GP. This adds to Eurosport's motorsports offerings which include NASCAR and Bennetts British Superbike Series.  

Eurosport India has obtained the broadcast rights for MotoGP in India thanks to a new agreement with Dorna via Fairstreet Sports, the promoter of the Indian Grand Prix. Eurosport India initially secured the rights for MotoGP from 2020 to 2022.   

Anurag Singh Thakur, honourable union minister, Ministry of Information and Broadcast and Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, said, “We are delighted to welcome Eurosport as the TV broadcast partner for MotoGP in Bharat. This collaboration between Eurosport and MotoGP is not just about bringing the world’s premier motorcycle racing to our screens; it’s a testament to the growing appetite for international sports in Bharat. I am profoundly encouraged by the potential this partnership holds for elevating the sports broadcasting infrastructure and culture in our country. It will undoubtedly inspire more young athletes and enthusiasts to pursue their passion for motorsports, contributing significantly to our nation's sporting legacy.”  

Daniel Rossomondo, Chief Commercial Officer, Dorna Sports said, “Eurosport is a pre-eminent destination for sports fans as well as a hub of motorsport in India. We believe this makes Eurosport the perfect platform to showcase this exhilarating sport to all our fans in India. I’m excited to see 2024 get in gear and I know that our riders can deliver an outstanding performance for everyone to enjoy."  

Arjun Nowhar, General Manager - South Asia, Warner Bros. Discovery said, "We are delighted to announce the return of MotoGP to our loyal fans across India. It brings us immense pleasure to see fans throughout the country enjoying all the races from the comfort of their homes, and we eagerly anticipate the second MotoGP Bharat race later this year."  

Arjun further added, "As a brand, we are committed to providing the best viewing experience for sports fans across the board. We strive to offer uninterrupted and seamless experiences, tailored to their preferences and passions."

Eurosport India has obtained the broadcast rights for MotoGP in India thanks to a new agreement with Dorna via Fairstreet Sports, the promoter of the Indian Grand Prix.

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