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EBU To Broadcast 2023 and 2027 European Games

EBU To Broadcast 2023 and 2027 European Games

The European Broadcast Union (EBU) is set to host broadcasts of the 2023 and 2027 Europeans Games after being named the distribution rights holder of the events.

The agreement will see free to air and digital platform coverage span across Europe, and begins at 2023 event in Poland, and will cover all 25 sports at the games.

Commenting on the deal, European Olympic Committee (EOC) president, Spyros Capralos said the EBU deal as a landmark milestone for the 2023 and 2027 events.

“Partnering with the EBU for the next two editions will ensure sports fans can follow the journeys of Europe’s elite level stars, many of whom will be battling for a place at the Olympic Games.”

“We are excited to work in partnership with the EBU to deliver an event that will inspire a more active future for Europe,” Capralos said.

European Games Coordination Commission chair and EOC executive committee member, Hasan Arat added: “As we approach the third edition of the European Games, we are ready to set a sustainable blueprint for the future of the event.”

With the EBU, we will be able to share these stories with the world, engaging with our existing audiences and unearthing new ones,” Arat said.

The announcement comes as the European Olympic Committee and Eurovision sport recently finalised an exclusive media rights agreement following a signed Memorandum of Understanding from June 2021.

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