MotoGP has extended its SportKlub broadcast deal in Southeast Europe.
- Contract extension covers Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina
- SportKlub team will also be present throughout the calendar, creating tailored onsite content
Context: This contract continues a partnership that began in 2012, with the multi-year deal ensuring SportKlub retains exclusive coverage rights of the global motorcycling series.
Comment: Dan Rossomondo, chief commercial officer of Dorna Sports, said: “We’ve been working together since 2012, so we know this extension will guarantee that our fans across southeast Europe continue to receive high-quality, comprehensive coverage of MotoGP as this new era and Tissot Sprint continue to make headlines.
“With a sizeable audience for our sport across Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and North Macedonia, the right partner is a necessity, and SportKlub have proven to be just that.”
Coming next: The 2023 MotoGP season is currently in the middle of an unplanned six-week break following the cancellation of the inaugural Kazakhstan Grand Prix, which was meant to debut on 9th July. The series will make its return at Silverstone from 4th to 6th August.