Extreme E

UK pay-television broadcaster BT Sport is the latest company to have penned a deal to broadcast races from motorsport series Extreme E. BT has acquired non-exclusive rights to the Extreme E

Spanish public broadcaster RTVE has agreed a rights deal with Extreme E, the new electric off-road racing series

Extreme E, the new electric off-road racing series, has agreed rights deals with over-the-top streaming service DAZN in Japan and Saudi media group MBC for the Middle East and North Africa region

Sport TV Croatia (SPTV), the free-to-air sports channel launched by the Croatian Olympic Committee (HOO) a decade ago, has become the latest broadcast to acquire rights to Extreme E, the electric off-road…

Electric motor racing series Extreme E has signed up Kärcher as its 'Official Cleaning Supplier'.

Extreme E, the electric off-road racing series, has announced a rights agreement in Hungary with free-to-air commercial network TV2

Extreme E, the nascent electric off-road racing series, has added to its distribution in German-speaking countries in a highlights agreement with pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland

Andretti United Extreme E has signed a contract with Next Frontier Brands to make zero-alcohol spirit brand Fluère its principal sponsor.

RTBF, the French-language public broadcaster in Belgium, has acquired rights to Extreme E, the new electric off-road motor racing series

Extreme E, the new electric off-road motor racing series, has agreed a broadcast rights deal with Digicel, the telecoms operator in the Caribbean

Israeli pay-television broadcaster Charlton has committed to showing electric off-road motor racing’s new Extreme E series.

Nascent electric off-road racing series Extreme E has extended its reach further in China through a tie-up with Douyin, the ByteDance-owned video-sharing social networking platform

Electric off-road racing series Extreme E has reached a video news and highlights agreement with SNTV, the sports video news agency that is a joint venture between IMG and the Associated Press

ProSieben Maxx, the Germany-based free-to-air commercial channel, is to broadcast live coverage from Extreme E in the latest deal announced by the electric off-road racing series

Extreme E has agreed a deal for Al Kamel Systems, the Madrid-based supplier of graphics, data processes and timekeeping to the motor sports industry, to support its broadcast with timekeeping, TV graphic…

Extreme E has again been forced to delay its inaugural event amid the challenges being placed on global motorsport by Covid-19, with the electric off-road racing series stating its Desert X Prix in Saudi…

UK pay-television broadcaster Sky has become the latest broadcaster to acquire rights to Extreme E, the electric off-road racing series