Sport Sky with more viewer interest in the past Bundesliga season

15:25  30 june  2020
15:25  30 june  2020 Source:   ran.de

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Sky: Zuschauerinteresse in abgelaufener Saison gestiegen © PIXATHLONPIXATHLONSID Sky: Interest in viewer increased in the past season

Cologne (SID) - The pay TV channel Sky has increased its viewer numbers in the past season of the soccer Bundesliga compared to the previous year. The average range of the broadcasts was around three percent above the level of the previous year, with an average of 4.22 million viewers watching the Bundesliga every weekend at Sky. At the conference and the top game on Saturday, the range even increased by twelve percent.

"The Bundesliga season met with an overwhelming interest among TV viewers and we were able to achieve some new reach records with Sky, especially after the restart," said Sky Sports and Marketing Director Jacques Raynaud.

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The regular Bundesliga season reaches its conclusion on Saturday afternoon. All nine games will Will it be Monchengladbach or Leverkusen in the Champions League? Of far greater interest is the Stuttgart are pretty much assured of taking second place and bouncing straight back to the big time.

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The season with the greatest reach was the decisive game in the championship race between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich (0: 1) on matchday 28 with 2.45 million spectators. The most watched game day was also the restart in mid-May thanks to the broadcast of the conference on Free TV on Sky Sport News HD. With 6.58 million viewers, Sky had more reach than ever before on that 26th matchday.

In the second division, the Hamburg derby set new records. 737,000 spectators watched the match between FC St. Pauli and Hamburger SV, more than ever before in a single game in the 2nd Bundesliga.

Bundesliga TV rights could drop significantly .
© Provided by Sofoot Bad omen. According to information from Kicker , the offers made within the framework of the Bundesliga's TV rights 2021-2025 call for tenders are lower than those for the period 2016-2021. Christian Seifert, head of the German league (DFL) is due to present the results of the tender next Monday. And for the German media, the amount may not exceed one billion euros annually. As a reminder, the current rights for the period 2016-2021 bring in an average of 1.2 billion euros

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