MXGP AND SPORT TV RENEW AGREEMENT FOR MXGP COVERAGE IN PORTUGAL

MONACO (Principality of Monaco) 16 February 2024 – Infront Moto Racing is delighted to announce the extension of its agreement with prominent Portuguese sports channel Sport TV, for an additional three years. This renewed collaboration ensures the live broadcasting of the MXGP of Portugal and the airing of the Behind The Gate throughout the entire season of the FIM Motocross World Championship.

Sport TV, established in September 1998, stands as a leading sports channel in Portugal, accessible through subscription cable and satellite services. Committed to national and international sports events, Sport TV has evolved to feature six premium sports channels, delivering "live and exclusive" coverage of major sporting events. On top of that, through Sport  TV+, the network is dedicated to providing comprehensive sports news, both in Portugal and globally, with daily live news programmes from its studios.

Infront Moto Racing is delighted to continue this collaborative work with Sport TV, aiming to deliver extensive coverage of MXGP events in Portugal, notably the MXGP of Portugal scheduled to take place in Agueda on the 4th-5th of May.

 

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