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Foxtel Upfront Announces Content For 2023


Along with the introduction of Binge’s advertising tier, the 2023 Foxtel Upfront has revealed the sports content that will be broadcast on Fox Sports and Kayo Sports next year.

Commenting on ads changing the game for Kayo and Binge, Foxtel Media CEO, Mark Frain said having ads on both streaming platforms will bring a weighty one-two punch for advertisers.

2023 will see the Foxtel Group become the exclusive home of the WWE, including a 24/7 WWE channel, video on demand hub and free access for Foxtel and Binge subscribers to premium events including WrestleMania.

Foxtel’s cricket coverage will also continue in 2023, with both the T20 Women’s World Cup and ICC Men’s World Cup, all Australian Men’s and Women’s international home games, BBL and WBBL, and select domestic and international matches being live and ad-free during play.

As a key broadcast partner of ESPN, Foxtel will show live coverage of all NBL games and select events from the NBA and WNBL.

The Super Netball along with Diamonds’ matches and the Quad series will all be covered as Foxtel and Netball Australia enter the third year of their five-year broadcast deal.

F1 will continue on Foxtel and Kayo after their broadcast extension earlier in the year, with Supercars also having live coverage throughout the 2023 championship.

The AFL will continue to build its long-standing relationship with the broadcaster, which will now run until 2031, with the NRL, NRLW, NFL, golf, main event boxing and UFC all featuring on Fox Sports channels.

Additionally, Foxtel announced a NewsConnect partnership with Kayo, which will rolled out in the near future.

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