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MyCujoo steps up USL2 streaming output with new deal

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Football streaming platform MyCujoo has struck a deal with the United Soccer League to broadcast more than 500 USL League Two matches during the US competition’s 2020 season.

MyCujoo will serve as the official streaming partner of the US development league. The deal has been signed after the platform hosted live streams for 233 League Two games throughout the 2019 regular season and playoffs.

MyCujoo will work with USL League Two to ensure all games are available for fans, coaches and players, either live or uploaded soon after the final whistle.

MyCujoo holds agreements with 350 leagues and competitions and has streamed more than 20,000 live matches in 2019. In May, the platform acquired rights to the National Premier Soccer League, the fourth tier of the US game, in a deal that runs until January 2021 and provides MyCujoo with exclusive digital rights to over 400 matches.

MyCujoo signed a similar deal with the United Premier Soccer League last year and also has deals with the United Women’s Soccer League and the Women’s Premier Soccer League.

The streaming platform, has also struck deals this year with the National Independent Soccer Association (NISA), the Confederation of Independent Football Associations (Conifa), the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) and the Oceania Football Confederation.