The Italian TV network Sky Italia has secured the broadcasting rights of all Moto GP events till the year 2025. This covers events like MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3 and MotoE classes, as well as the Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK). The four years extension with Sky Italia was announced by Moto GP promoter Dorna Sports.
Sky Italia has a dedicated channel called the Sky sport Moto GP which is solely for broadcasting live races and all the latest action. In addition, they will also be focusing on covering the post and pre-match shows from each Grand Prix. Sky members will be able to watch all this on satellite, fibre, on digital terrestrial and streaming via the Now over-the-top (OTT) platforms.
“A country with so much passion for our sport deserves the best possible coverage and Sky always deliver state-of-the-art broadcasting, with fantastic on-site programming from their dedicated team,” said Manel Arroyo , CCO at Dorna Sports.
“This new agreement will see us reach the milestone of 12 seasons of collaboration and we very much look forward to these next four years together, providing our fans in Italy with the best motorcycle racing show possible – as well as reaching new audiences and growing our viewership through diversifying digital platforms and new ways for fans to watch and connect to MotoGP and Sky.”