Digiturk Renews Rights to Turkish Super Lig

By iSportconnect | November 10, 2014

Turkish television channel Digiturk has retained the rights to broadcast the Super Lig, viagra 100mg the country’s top football league, therapy until the 2016-17 season.

The deal was ratified by Turkey’s competition authority, Rekabet Kurumu.

In 2012, Rekabet Kurumu conducted an investigation into the extension of the deal between the Turkish Football Federation (TFF) and Digiturk.

The original deal for live rights to the league, which was signed in January 2010, was for four years, 2010-11 to 2013-14, and was worth $321m (€256.8m) per season.

The authority said that on May 21 2012, the two parties agreed to a two-year extension of the deal, covering the 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons.

According to Digiturk the authority has now approved the deal allowing it to retain the rights to the Super Lig, which it has held since 2001.

Digiturk said the deal will be worth $450m per year.