Extreme E

Off-road electric racing series Extreme E has further boosted its coverage in China ahead of its impending debut by agreeing a rights deal with conglomerate Tencent

Insight TV, the millennial-focused global channel and content producer, has become the latest broadcaster to secure rights for Extreme E, the new electric off-road racing series

Extreme E, the electric off-road racing championship, has agreed a sponsorship deal with UK energy drinks brand XITE Energy as it gears up for its inaugural event next month

Slovenian public sports broadcaster Šport TV has acquired rights for Extreme E, the new electric off-road racing series.

UK free-to-air network ITV has become the latest broadcaster to agree a rights deal for Extreme E, the new electric off-road racing series

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