WSX Championship Expand global broadcast for 2023 Season


WSX Championship Expand global broadcast for 2023 Season


2023 FIM World Supercross Championship Increased TV Broadcast Agreement


The upcoming season of WSX - The FIM World Supercross Championship is set to be broadcasted in over 180 countries and witnessed by 500 million households worldwide. The global network partnerships of WSX have been considerably enhanced for the upcoming 2023 season.

The significance of the WSX live, as-live and replay schedule across major partner networks was emphasized by Mick McKeown, the Chief Commercial Officer of WSX.

Our commitment to expanding the reach of Supercross remains resolute, as we boast an unrivaled array of broadcast associates.

WSX has secured key broadcasters in its host regions, as well as major partners such as Eurosport and DAZN, in addition to the previously announced exclusive US rights agreement with FS1 and FS2.

In several other locations around the world, where there is a significant amount of interest and involvement in Supercross, the rights for television broadcasts have been confirmed. These regions include Japan, Brazil, sub-Saharan Africa, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East.

Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2 will also provide live coverage of specific races, as well as a highlights show after each round.

Until December 2023, DAZN has the rights to exclusively air the FIM World Supercross Championship in Japan and is also permitted to broadcast it on its platform worldwide.

Be sure to mark July 1, 2023, on your calendar because that is when the opening race of the 2023 FIM World Supercross Championship will take place in Birmingham. Don't hesitate to grab your premium subscription at Racing Live TV offers global streaming at affordable packages which you can never find on any other site.

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