MotoGP lands in New Zealand. Dorna Sports has signed an agreement with Spark Sport to exclusively broadcast the MotoGP Championships in New Zealand At least until 2023, as the competition itself mentioned in a statement.
The agreement between Dorna Sports and Spark Sport includes the live broadcast of all races From the FIM World Championships for MotoGP, Moto 3 and Moto 2 motorcycles.
Spark Sport is a live on-demand sports streaming platform It is based in New Zealand and includes sports such as the English Premier League, Formula 1 or New Zealand cricket.
MotoGP will officially begin rolling out on March 28th
“Our ambition is to broadcast the best sports competitions in the world, and MotoGP definitely fits into this category,” Spark Sport Director Geoff Latch said after the agreement was signed.
During the first three weeks of March, all competition categories will run various tests before the competition starts The 2021 season is set to start on March 28th in Qatar.
Spanish fans will be able to watch the broadcast this season on Movistar, Since the producer reached an agreement with the platform Over the Top (OTT) Dazen last January to present the Formula 1 and MotoGP championships to its subscribers, as it did from 2013 to 2018.
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