“Put fans at the center of our project”


Eleven Sports recently purchased the TV rights for the Pro League broadcast for the next five years. Orange will be the broadcaster of the Belgian championship matches, but it will not be the only one, as explained by Guillaume Collard, CEO of Eleven.

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You will therefore not have to change the decoder to follow the Belgian D1 meetings: “Our objective is that everyone can watch the Pro League. We want to be able to broadcast it to all operators. This is the intention of everything the world, including the Pro League, “said Guillaume Collard in Het Laatste Nieuws.

“We are also negotiating with partners like Videohouse or Woestijnvis. It is not because we work with Mediapro that we are leaving Belgian companies behind. We will continue the talks in the days and weeks to come”.

Eleven wants to offer a new experience to its future viewers: “We want Belgian football to be available via our online application or on our website. Fans are at the center of our attention, with priority on live matches but also exclusive content through collaboration with clubs, “he said.


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