LIV Golf, which was broadcast on YouTube, is watched on TV in the US… CW network relay

You can watch LIV golf, sponsored by Saudi Arabian capital, on TV in the United States.

LIV Golf announced on the 20th (Korean time) that it had signed a multi-year broadcasting contract with the American broadcaster CW Network. He added that they agreed to broadcast the 2nd and final 3rd rounds on TV and broadcast the 1st round through CW’s own application.

LIV Golf, launched in June of last year, was unable to find a broadcaster in the United States, so it relayed the game through its own website and YouTube. In Korea, three golf and sports channels simultaneously broadcast LIV golf matches. This is because it was possible to broadcast on TV for free without paying for the relay rights for LIV golf publicity.

“The CW is a broadcaster that can reach 120 million households across the United States,” said Greg Norman, LIV Golf Commissioner. Today is a very important day for LIV Golf because this partnership is more than just media rights.”

The Associated Press reported that LIV Golf did not disclose details of the deal, but most outlets said the CW would not pay for media rights to LIV Golf, but instead would share advertising revenue.

At the same time, CW was introduced as 카지노사이트 the fifth largest broadcasting company in the United States and the second youngest channel after Fox channel.

However, unlike NBC, ESPN, Fox Sports, etc., it is little known in the field of sports broadcasting. Meanwhile, the collaboration with LIV Golf is expected to be an important milestone for the CW network as well. Dennis Miller, president of The CW Network, said, “It is very meaningful to be able to broadcast major sports for the first time in the CW’s 17-year history.”

LIV Golf will start its season in Mexico for three days from the 24th of next month. We are planning 14 tournaments this year. There is a total prize money of 25 million dollars (approximately 30.9 billion won) for individual competitions and 5 million dollars (approximately 6.17 billion won) for team prizes per tournament. Despite spending about $1 billion (about 1.235 trillion won) to recruit major champions such as Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson, Bryson Dishambeau, Brooks Koepka (above the US) and Cameron Smith (Australia), Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund Known to own 93% of LIV Golf, it is evaluated that money is not an issue.

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