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Sydney start-up streaming service’s stunning $20m coup snares UEFA Champions League rights – Sydney Morning Herald

Sports Flick has added the world’s most-watched club competition to its curious portfolio of content, which also includes Indian baseball, Serbian rugby league,…



It is Sports Flicks second significant football rights coup this year, having also snatched the K-League from Optus, who secured the South Korean top division last year when it was one of the first competitions in the world to emerge from COVID-enforced shutdown.
For several weeks, the industry has been abuzz with rumours that Optus had lost the UEFA Champions League rights, but multiple sources including high-ranking football executives have been unable to ascertain who had actually won them.

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