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Facebook officially becomes the holder of free Spanish league broadcast rights without advertisements
Unfortunately, Indonesia does not become a country of destination for Facebook in the broadcast of one of the best competitions in mainland Europe. India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Maldives, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan became a State lucky to get impressions of La Liga, the term for the top football competition in the realm of Spain that, in social media.
"One of our goals during the past two years is that it offers the content possible, so working with a free platform like Facebook which has 270 million users in India is the key for us, " said Alfredo Bermejo, Head of Digital Strategy La Liga.
Got to thinking to set up a VPN? It turns out it's been anticipated by social media hosts Mark Zuckerberg. Surveillance system owned by Facebook claimed can prevent leaks thus ensuring only people in those countries who could watch.
Although there is no mention of how the value of this deal, but social networks will be airing the entire match of La Liga in three seasons into the future. As shadow, Sony, previously broadcasting rights holders in the area, reportedly paying USD 32 million to serve the League of Spain from 2014 to 2018.
Previously, the social networks have also been getting Premier League broadcasting rights for three seasons starting next year. Facebook will display the matches in Thailand, Viet Nam, Cambodia, and Laos.
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