Eleven (formerly Eleven Sports) is a multinational group of sports television channels. Based in the United Kingdom, it is owned by Andrea Radrizzani’s Aser Ventures
Eleven Sports’ business model initially centred around the acquisition of major international sports rights in smaller countries. The company operates linear television and/or digital services in Belgium, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Myanmar, Taiwan, and the United States.
Eleven Sports first launched in Belgium and Luxembourg in 2015 with a linear and OTT service.
In February 2016, Eleven Sports acquired Polish rights to Formula One. In July 2016, Eleven Sports acquired rights to the English Premier League in Taiwan. Both of the properties were marketed by Radrizzani’s sister company MP & Silva.
On 16 March 2017, Eleven Sports announced that it had acquired “certain distribution assets” of the fledgling U.S. international sports channel One World Sports, which had been replaced by a U.S. version of Eleven Sports Network in advance of the announcement. Financial details of the sale were not disclosed.
In May 2017, Eleven Sports acquired a majority share of Italian provider Sportube, which was renamed in September. As of 2019, it offers pay-per-view basis events, such as Italian Serie C of football, Superliga Argentina and Men’s Italian Volleyball League, but also free events to registered users such as Italian waterpolo, handball and selected UEFA Nations League group stage matches.
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