European League of Football continues streaming deal with iQIYI Sports from China
The European League of Football is proud to announce the extension of the streaming deal with China’s leading online sports platform iQIYI Sports, which will feature all 107 games of the upcoming 2023 season. In doing so, the league continues to secure more than 500 million users in reach and strengthens its business relationships.
"The ongoing interest from the Far East shows the reach we have achieved in the last years and will continue to achieve. With iQIYI Sports, we have a partner in China that can broadcast our league to up to 500 million people per month. We are extremely happy about our continuing internationalization," says Zeljko Karajica, managing director of the European League of Football.
Good company for the European League of Football
With champions Vienna Vikings, Raiders Tirol from Austria, finalists Hamburg Sea Devils, Berlin Thunder, Rhein Fire, Cologne Centurions, Stuttgart Surge, Frankfurt Galaxy, Munich Ravens and Leipzig Kings from Germany, Wrocław Panthers (Poland), the Barcelona Dragons (Spain), Paris Musketeers (France), Fehérvár Enthroners (Hungary), Prague Lions (Czech Republic) and the Helvetic Guards (Switzerland), the league is present in nine countries with 17 teams. All franchises have one big goal: The Championship Game in Duisburg on September 24th.
The European League of Football is in good company with the British Premier League, Formula 1 and Spain's La Liga on iQIYI Sports.
All games of the European League of Football will be presented in the European League of Football Gamepass that can be found here.