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OneSoccer Acquires Rights to Mexico’s LigaMX in Canada


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OneSoccer, a 24/7 digital platform, has picked up the rights in Canada to Mexico’s LigaMX soccer league in English and Spanish.

Per the agreement, OneSoccer will debut its LigaMX coverage on July 20, the opening week of the 2019 Apertura tournament. The platform’s coverage will include two top fixtures each round of the tournament, featuring the home games of Club América, Cruz Azul, FC Juárez, Necaxa, Pumas UNAM, Tigres UANL and Toluca.

OneSoccer subscribers will be able to watch the league games at no extra charge, gaining access to a minimum of 38 games in 2019, in addition to Chinese Super League and Chinese FA Cup games, Canadian Premier League games, the home games of Canada Soccer’s Women’s and Men’s National Teams and the Canadian Championship games. OneSoccer can be accessed through the OneSoccer.ca website and the OneSoccer app, available through the Apple Store and Google Play.

Oscar López, CEO of Mediapro Canada, said: “We know that fans have been crying out for regular coverage of the LigaMX in Canada, and we are pleased to be able to offer our subscribers two top games per week, with both English and Spanish commentary.”








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