Expanded partnership with Sky delivers live coverage in the UK, Italy and Germany, adding to extensive TV and online broadcast deals for 2022

  • Expanded partnership adds live coverage in Italy and Germany alongside existing UK deal
  • Other New and Continuing Agreements Ensure World-Leading TV Coverage
  • Free worldwide live streaming on various platforms including GT World’s YouTube channel

Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS will enjoy greater exposure than ever this season thanks to an expanded list of TV broadcast deals, including an enhanced deal with Sky to broadcast live coverage in the UK, Italy and Germany.

Fans will enjoy a host of options to follow the action when the new campaign kicks off with a three-hour Endurance Cup race at Imola from April 1-3. Of particular significance, Sky will build on a partnership that began in the UK by adding Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS coverage in Italy and Germany to its portfolio of class-leading live motorsport events. world.

The Sky brand has been very visible in the series over the past few seasons thanks to its partnership with main Pro-Am team Sky Tempesta Racing. Live coverage will be its primary focus in 2022, with additional highlights packages ensuring that every race receives comprehensive coverage. Full details of selected live events and commentary will be revealed closer to the opening race.

The improved Sky deal headlines a number of new and ongoing TV deals in the European market. After joining the list of broadcasters last year, MBC will once again air a combination of live coverage and highlights in a wide variety of countries, including France, Denmark and Spain, while Eleven Sports will take Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS in Portugal. and Poland.

The series will continue to expand its reach through a new collaboration with Baltic Motorsport, which brings the series to Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. In addition, as the flagship event of the season, the 24 Hours of Spa TotalEnergies will receive additional attention. Local broadcaster RTBF will extend its longstanding partnership in Belgium, while AutoMoto La Chaîne will broadcast live coverage in France.

As always, the series will go far beyond its European roots. The partnership with CBS Sports Netword will ensure Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS continues to air live in the US and Canada, while NSC TV will cover Brazil and Garage TV will air in Latin America.

Star Sports will expand its association by broadcasting races live or live in China. MBC will provide similar service to a variety of countries such as Pakistan and Uzbekistan, while Astro TV will add several other countries including Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. The continued collaboration with the Asiavision network of channels will bring highlights to 11 more territories and millions more racing fans, while the TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa will once again be shown live in Japan on J Sports.

Australian racing fans will be able to watch highlights on Fox Sport, while in New Zealand TV3 will show highlights throughout the season. MBC will air the series in a wide variety of territories in the Middle East, including the United Arab Emirates and Qatar, while Azam TV’s assignments include Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. In Africa, the continued partnership with Supersport will show highlights to a wide range of nations across the continent, including South Africa, Nigeria and Ghana, while pan-African station Kwese provides an equally extensive service.

In addition to these agreements, the international Motorvision platform will provide live coverage and highlights to a large number of countries and territories around the world. A leading producer of automotive content, Motorvision’s international reach spans Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

Of course, fans will also have access to every race lap of the 2022 season through free web streaming on the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS website and on social media platforms including Facebook and the GT World YouTube channel. The same stream will be available through a host of other online outlets, such as Motor Trend on Demand and Motorsport.com.

MotorRacing will also join the roster of online broadcasters this season, with its coverage available through a wide variety of services on TV, mobile and tablet. Outside of live action, several global motorsport magazine programs will feature Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS throughout 2022. These include Mobil 1: The Grid, Sports Unlimited and Motorsport Mundial MaxPower .

Once again, a full TV broadcast and live webcast has been set up for the coming year. Indeed, every fan will have the opportunity to follow the action from start to finish in what promises to be an exciting 2022 season for Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS.



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