MotoGP stays on DAZN in Spain until 2027

Five-year contract extension will see all sessions and support series races broadcast exclusively on sports streaming platform.

Dorna Sports, organiser and commercial rights holder of MotoGP, has announced a five-year contract extension with DAZN that will see the over-the-top (OTT) streaming platform retain exclusive broadcast rights to the global motorcycling series in Spain until 2027.

DAZN, which has been the home of MotoGP since the platform launched in Spain in March 2019, will continue to broadcast all practice, qualifying and race sessions for MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3.

Since taking over the rights, DAZN has seen a 62.1 per cent growth in unique viewers across all series, with MotoGP specifically experiencing a 71.4 per cent audience uplift.

“MotoGP is one of the most followed and established series among sports fans in Spain, and for DAZN it is a matter of great satisfaction to extend our agreement with Dorna Sports for five more seasons,” said Bosco Aranguren, general manager of DAZN Spain.

“The remarkable growth of DAZN’s audiences for the championship shows that we’re on the right track, and we will continue to work with all our partners to offer the best coverage and entertainment to fans.”

Manel Arroyo, chief commercial officer at Dorna Sports, added: “Dorna is delighted to announce this renewal for five more seasons with DAZN, with whom we began our mission to bring the sport to Spanish fans via an OTT service in search of new audiences, the success of which is reflected in the results.

“We will continue to work with DAZN to expand our fanbase further, who can already enjoy MotoGP in an easy, simple and affordable way.”


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