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Canada’s OneSoccer opens up to commercial premises

The Mediapro agency has made its OneSoccer OTT sports streaming service available to commercial establishments in Canada.

The platform is currently only available on an OTT subscription basis to regular consumers in the country, but the new offering will allow establishments such as bars and restaurants access for a fee of C$75 (€51/$56) per month, or annual plans starting at C$350.

The OneSoccer channel provides live and on-demand coverage of every game from the Canadian Premier League, the new top-tier league that launched in April, as well as every game in the newly-expanded Canadian Championship, the cup tournament involving all Canadian professional soccer clubs.

Also featured on the channel are the home games of Canada’s men’s and women’s national team home games. In August, OneSoccer secured rights to the Concacaf Nations League, including Canada’s matches in the new international tournament featuring sides from North and Central America and the Caribbean.

Its soccer rights portfolio also includes the Chinese Super League, the Chinese FA Cup, Mexico’s Liga MX and Spain’s Primera Iberdrola women’s league.