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  1. Seems that they have also just announced a sponsorship deal with brabners LLC. law firm in UK, Cheap legal to protect thier rights going forward
  2. The Toronto Wolfpack owns rights to all broadcasts of their matches. In Canada games are broadcast on CBC Live and on Game TV,[25] in the USA games are broadcast on Eleven Sports, and in the UK and Ireland Premier Sports broadcasts through the Sky Network. right from the wikipedia page
  3. So as I said. There are no actual broadcast rights owned by Roger's on Toronto's content. They just occasionally purchase the odd game from sky to show here in canada which was almost none btw at leaste before toronto brought a team to canada. Now Roger's might have something thier customers actually want to see
  4. Someone still has to pay toronto to allow the cameras in the stadium. They may own rebroadcast rights to sky content but not the actual games toronto produces. Otherwise how did toronto manage to broadcast almost all thier games these last 3 years and that lame link u just gave says nothing of broadcast rights it just lists content they buy to show people on thier channels
  5. Mike1812 I can find 0 information of a sportsnet deal owning broadcast rights for superleague in canada nor any reference to what they are paying for it as is easy to find for the sky deal with super league can u pls supply us with some actual proof of a sportsnet deal because I dont believe one exsists. Who did they pay? What did they pay for?
  6. Sky does not have a tv deal in canada. Sky has no broadcast licence in canada and because they are not allowed to openly compete for canadian content they will have to purchase feeds from the eventual broadcast partner twp does sign a rights deal with. Twp payed sky to produce all the away games in england so they could buy the feeds for thier own fans back in canada. Sky just decided that if they were being payed to produce the content they may as well show it in england at the same time. Free content for them
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