Euroleague Basketball, the organizer of top European club competitions, has today (February 3) announced a new streaming deal with FanCode, the Indian digital sports platform.

The three-year agreement begins with the current 2022-23 season and runs through 2024-25.

As part of the deal, FanCode will broadcast over 280 EuroLeague games across the Indian subcontinent.

As well as its home market, the platform will provide coverage in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, and Maldives.

Games will be available across FanCode’s platforms including its mobile and TV app and website.

FanCode was launched in April 2019 by Dream11, the Indian fantasy sports company, and is described as “an app for premium content and fantasy cricket tips, stats, analysis, and more.”

The streaming service’s sports portfolio includes Indian soccer’s Kerala Premier League and Goa Professional League, while it also held rights to last month’s FIH Hockey Men’s World Cup that was held in India.

Euroleague Basketball recently partnered with technology company YBVR to stream games in virtual reality (VR) for the first time.