Telecom Italia (TIM) and DAZN have signed a new agreement to allow TimVision customers to continue watching the Serie A for the next five seasons.

The non-exclusive agreement will allow TimVision, the Italian streaming platform, to continue showcasing 10 matches of the Italian top flight division, which are played every day for the next five seasons until 2029.

Andrea Rossini, Chief Consumer, Small & Medium and Mobile Wholesale Market Officer at TIM, said: “Thanks to this agreement with DAZN we are further strengthening TimVision’s position as the most comprehensive streaming platform on the Italian market, the only one that brings together all the major global content brands, composing an extraordinary catalogue of films, TV series, cartoons and shows for the whole family, as well as the best sports content.

“This agreement is part of our Group’s broader strategy to create the first Italian ‘customer platform’ of quality services and content for our customers, leveraging the strength of our brand and our sales channels.”

TIM was the title sponsor of the Serie A for over 25 years, however, the agreement expired earlier this year and the division signed a new deal with Enilive.

This new deal bolsters the streaming platform’s current football offering, with its viewers able to watch La Liga Portugal Betclic and the UEFA Women’s Champions League.

Stefano Azzi, CEO of DAZN Italia, commented: “We are delighted with the mutually satisfactory agreement signed with TIM, which confirms itself as one of our strategic partners on the technological and distribution level.  

“The agreement, which sees a renewed approach to the market and represents a change of pace in the segment of premium content related to live sporting events, is aimed at supporting the development of the business with the objective of expanding the marketing capacity of our service to reach the largest number of fans.”

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