How to watch live rugby league in Spain with two TV channels
Posted On July 28, 2021
Spanish rugby league has been the subject of a bitter battle between two competing networks that were both founded by the same man, but they’re now locked in a tit-for-tat battle for viewers.
Both networks have launched new live TV services with the same name and are competing for viewers, but there’s a big difference between the two.
The first TV network is 2K Sports, which has a whopping 32 million subscribers and a massive online presence.
Its goal is to provide fans with access to rugby league and the rest of the Spanish game via an all-in-one platform, in which fans can watch live games, as well as catch up on all the latest news, sport and entertainment.
2k Sports is backed by billionaire investor George Soros and has been a big beneficiary of Soros’ investment in the sport.
But 2ks chief operating officer and CEO David Jaffe said the fear of losing money is a major barrier to its success, and is currently on a fight against the broadcaster to get the rights to the live games for the last few seasons.
‘I think there’s no question that the rights are going to end up in 2K Sports’ Mr Jaffe said.
Mr Jaffe insisted that his business is not part of a takeover attempt, but he did say that he is not interested in taking over 2Kings Sports and that the sports network’s current sales are not high enough to justify the high fees and overhead. “
2 Kings Sports is going to have the rights for a few more years and we will fight for the rights.”
Mr Jaffe insisted that his business is not part of a takeover attempt, but he did say that he is not interested in taking over 2Kings Sports and that the sports network’s current sales are not high enough to justify the high fees and overhead.
His view is shared by 2kingSports CEO, Vincenzo Fazio.
Mr Frazio said “We’ve had a really good year with the second channel and we are not in a position to be in a position to do any kind of interference in the future”.
“Our revenues have been growing, and we have the biggest advertisers in Spain, so we can’t take over another channel.
We are just looking at the next channel.
2 King Sports is one of the most successful channels in Spain, and we believe that we can make a good commitment to support their future success”.
The two new live sports streaming services were launched on Sunday in the Spanish capital Madrid with a subscription price of €19.99 a month.
While 2King Sports is currently on a fight against the broadcaster to have the copyright for all the live sports content in its platform for three years, Fitzroy Santos, who is also the president of FTSE Spain, said it isn’t yet clear what will happen when the license for all the games ends up with 2G companies, which are expected to offer broadcasts in 2019.
However the two major broadcasters have sought to keep their existing rights over the rights to all the games which they would need to make a deal.
Fellow 2knos CEO Vince Bortolozzi told Italian newspaper Gazzetta that there are a number of parties that are interested in re-signing the copyright over the rights of the players. Bertolini said he has not heard any serious threats from 2Knos or 2TV for years and is confident that it will not change its standards because it is partnered with 2Kings Sports.
He said the reserves of the game will be increased because of 2KNos and 2TV’s increases in audience after their first success in 2018.
Despite the fact that the 2X fans have been pushed to pay more to watch the league on the 2Kings channel than on the other channel, Beretta S