The broadcaster will air the competition in multiple markets.

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Eleven Sports and Extreme E have partnered to bring the X Prixs to multiple markets.

Live race coverage, behind-the-scenes magazine programme, preview, and review shows, will be available through Eleven Sports’ OTT platform, and also through Eleven Sports Belgium. English, French, Flemish, and German-language coverage will be broadcast and streamed.

This deal covers over 140 territories on a non-exclusive basis globally, and means Extreme E joins the Belgian Pro League, LaLiga, Bundesliga, NBA, UFC, and more on Eleven Sports’ linear and OTT channels. 

Ali Russell, chief marketing officer at Extreme E said: “We are delighted to have extended Extreme E’s viewing reach globally with Eleven Sports. Our opening races have delighted audiences around the world with the thrilling new race format and high drama. We have proven that Extreme E’s sport for purpose is not only a must see for fans, but it also marks a new era of racing that highlights the benefits of electrification whilst at the same time shining the spotlight on the climate crisis with the storytelling around the championship.”

Guillaume Collard, Eleven Belgium & Luxembourg managing director and group chief rights acquisition officer, added: “Extreme E is already proving itself to be a hugely exciting competition, with a vital climate change message at the heart of the race. We’re delighted to be bringing the competition to our audience in Belgium and Luxembourg as well as using our transformational digital platform to provide passionate motor sport fans in over 140 markets with the opportunity to enjoy all the action from the Extreme E championship.”

The first two X Prixs of Extreme E’s inaugural season, in Saudi Arabia and Senegal, have taken place, with the next race to be in Kangerlussuaq, Greenland on 28-29 August.