Tring, the free-to-air and satellite operator in Albania, has renewed its broadcast rights deal for motorcycling's MotoGP until 2025.
Under the three-year extension, agreed with series organizer and promoter Dorna Sports, the broadcaster will continue to show MotoGP Grand Prix races, as well as the Moto2, Moto3, and MotoE classes throughout the season.
It will also air every event of the new MotoGP Sprint class.
In addition, the Albanian broadcaster has announced its Tring 3 channel will soon become fully dedicated to the MotoGP World Championship.
As well as coverage of the championship on its own dedicated channel, the contract extension will include exposure for MotoGP on Tring Sport channels and across the 25 other channels under the Tring umbrella.
MotoGP promotional clips and interactive fan content will be shared on the network’s social media channels.
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Earlier this month, Viaplay Group, the European media and entertainment heavyweight, agreed a deal to show MotoGP across the Nordic region after agreeing a new long-term deal with Dorna Sports.
Under a six-year agreement, the streaming service will continue to hold exclusive rights in Sweden, Denmark, and Norway, while adding Finland and Iceland for the first time.
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