Ecuador

TC Televisión, the state-owned broadcaster in Ecuador, has submitted a bid for rights to the final of the country’s top-tier Serie A league.

Sports data and technology company Stats Perform has agreed a deal with the Liga Profesional de Fútbol del Ecuador (LigaPro) for data rights to its Serie A and Serie B club competitions.

OneFootball, the Germany-based digital platform, has expanded its free-to-air Bundesliga streaming coverage to a further nine Latin American countries to complement initial agreement in Brazil

Ecuadorian cable television operators CNT TV, Claro TV and TV Cable have ceased broadcasting the Ecuadorian Serie A, the top tier of domestic club football, amid a dispute with the rights-holder, pay-television…

Pay-television broadcaster GolTV has committed to fulfilling its rights payments to clubs in Ecuadorian football’s top-tier Serie A.

The International Basketball Federation (Fiba) has expanded its 3x3 World Tour with the addition of new events in Quito, Ecuador and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Former Ecuadorian Football Federation (FEF) president Luis Chiriboga has been handed a 10-year jail sentence for money laundering in the latest case connected to the wide-ranging corruption scandal in world football.

International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) president Sebastian Coe has praised the support of national associations after confirming that the world governing body has received seven letters of interest in staging two events that were stripped from Russia.

The International Sports Federation for Persons with Intellectual Disability (INAS) has said it is taking legal advice following the problems that beset the staging of its 2015 Global Games multi-sport event, which was hosted in Ecuador from September 22-27.

TV audiences for the FIFA World Cup in host country Germany have rocketed by 51 percent on the 2002 event, according to the latest research commissioned by Infront.

TV audiences in Europe for the FIFA World Cup look set to beat expectations judging by the initial viewing figures.

TelefC3nica S.A. has agreed a package of new media broadcast rights covering all 64 matches of the 2006 FIFA World Cup for almost all territories in Latin and South America.

The football associations of Brunei Darussalam, Denmark and New Zealand are set to receive their first Goal projects under a programme drawn up by FIFA.

Infront Sports & Media has reached agreement with OTI (OrganizaciC3n de Telecomunicaciones Iberoamericanas) for the broadcast rights to the 2006 FIFA World Cup across Central and South America.

Terrestrial broadcaster Channel 4 has acquired the UK TV rights to soccer tournament Copa Libertadores 2004, South America’s equivalent to Europe’s Champions League.

Brazil is set to get a clear run at hosting the 2014 FIFA World Cup after it secured the all-important support of the South American Football Federation (CSF).

South American football directors will meet today to discuss the idea of creating yet another new tournament to replace the doomed the Merconorte and Mercosur cups, which face extinction after only four years.