Live Sports — The Next Streaming War

Keith Teare
19 min readJun 30, 2022

By Keith Teare • Issue #316 • View online

An average sports stadium can hold 50–100,000 fans. But teams have millions and sometimes billions of fans. What is the true value of the rights to stream games? This week Amazon bought UK Champions League rights. Can we expect more money to come for sports rights and who should own them?


Live Sports — The Next Streaming War

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